The audio tapes of a 911 call in Washington state confirms a Planned Parenthood facility in Washington state was forced to rush a woman to the hospital following a botched abortion.
The Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in Everett, Washington sent a woman to the hospital in late March. Local pro-life advocate Mary Emanuel was at the abortion facility at the time and snapped pictures of the ambulance that whisked the woman away from the Everett Planned Parenthood.
"We are still investigating as to the severity of the botched abortion and only pray that it was not fatal or caused serious injuries," she said at the time.
Now, Emanuel has obtained the recording of the 911 call Planned Parenthood officials placed to emergency personnel. In the call, the Planned Parenthood caller identifies herself as "Pamela" and casually tells the dispatcher that abortion center staff "have a patient that is bleeding that we need to transfer to the hospital immediately".
"We just did an abortion on her," the staffer tells the 911 dispatcher and she confirmed the patient was "not yet" in shock but asked that the ambulance and emergency responders use the side door of the facility to not draw as much attention.