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Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Safety Claims Questioned: Spokane Planned Parenthood Tears Hole in Abortion Patient's Womb




By Cheryl Sullenger
Operation Rescue

Spokane, WA - For the third time this year, an ambulance was called to a Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Spokane, Washington. The incident took place on September 16, 2015.

According to the 911 recording obtained by Operation Rescue show that the Planned Parenthood caller hesitated when asked by the 911 dispatcher what happened.

"Um, uh, uterine perforation," the Planned Parenthood caller said.

A uterine perforation is a hole torn in the woman's womb when the sharp suction cannula that is used to dismember the baby is thrust too deep into the uterus. This can be a life threatening injury depending on the severity of the tear, whether other internal organs were damaged, and the amount of internal bleeding that occurs. Uterine perforations can usually be repaired, but may result in hysterectomies in severe cases.

"The thirteen women that were transported this year from just two of Cecile Richard's abortion clinics might dispute her claim of 'high-quality' care," said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman, who also sits on the board of the Center for Medical Progress. "Planned Parenthood has butchered one woman after another, many of whom are lucky to be alive. Others, such as Tonya Reaves, were not so lucky and ended up on a cold slab in the morgue."


Continue reading to watch the video with the actual 911 call and for important action items!


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