By Cheryl Sullenger
Peoria, IL - A desperate 911 call from a Peoria abortion facility National Health Care (NHC) on February 20, 2015, reveals details of a dangerously botched abortion involving heavy hemorrhaging that the abortionist was incapable of controlling.
During the emergency call for help that lasted under a minute, an abortion worker repeatedly told the 911 dispatcher, "We need somebody very quickly."
"This is an abortion clinic and we have a patient who's bleeding very heavily and the doctor is not able to get too much of a grip on it," the caller reported.
This life-threatening abortion complication comes at a time when the executive director of NHC, Margaret Vanduyn, is publicly opposing efforts by the Illinois legislature to pass a bill that would require abortion facilities to be inspected yearly.