By Anne Reed Operation Rescue associates on location at Fairview Heights Planned Parenthood – Salem Place captured photographic evidence of medical emergencies on August 6 and August 9, 2022.
Upon requesting the 911 records, Operation Rescue was alerted to another emergency within this incredibly short timeframe. In addition to a 911 call made shortly after noon on August 6, a female patient required transport to a nearby hospital from the same Planned Parenthood facility later the same day – strangely, after 9 p.m.
Though we were not able to secure a 911 recording for the first emergency on August 6, a recording was obtained for the second emergency that day, as well as for the emergency documented three days later. And computer aided dispatch transcripts were obtained for all three emergencies.
According to the limited CAD transcript (8/6/22 emergency #1) from the first documented emergency on August 6, a 26-year-old female was suffering from “sharp stabbing pain.” Medstar Emergency Medical Services was dispatched to the scene and arrived at 12:40 p.m. No further information was provided.
The second emergency on the same day involved a 36-year-old female experiencing somnolence (drowsiness) and low blood pressure. The employee called 911 and stated the patient could not stay awake and kept passing out “after a procedure.”
Though the Planned Parenthood employee who called 911 requested the woman be transferred to Belleville Memorial, about a 16-minute drive from the facility, she was transported to St. Elizabeth Hospital, eight minutes closer. See CAD transcript (8/6/22 emergency #2).
The call was made to 911 at 9:10 p.m. The abortionists at this Planned Parenthood are working overtime to perform as many abortions as possible. According to a local news report last week, this clinic recently expanded its hours to 10-hour days and expects to increase to 12-hour days and seven days a week.
“These abortionists are getting rich off of killing babies, and they will do anything to keep the blood money flowing into their blood-stained pockets,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman. “It is not a surprise to see their recklessness increase in the process.”
Just three days later, on August 9, an employee of this Planned Parenthood facility called 911 to request transport for a woman in her early twenties experiencing cervical bleeding. See CAD transcript (8/9/22 emergency).
Presumably, the caller was one of the abortionists, as she ordered an employee to have a nurse insert a second IV while she was on the call with 911.
The urgent nature of this situation was evident, yet the caller requested that the hemorrhaging patient be transported from the Fairview Heights location in Illinois to Barnes Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri, 26 miles away.
Though multiple hospitals were closer than the chosen facility, it is perhaps more of a priority to rotate hospital emergency rooms in an effort to conceal the regularity of its medical emergencies.
Two of these emergencies were documented because of pro-life associates present on the sidewalk, but the other was an unexpected finding. This discovery affirms the reality that the actual number of emergencies at this dangerous late-term Planned Parenthood facility is completely unknown.