Micaiah Bilger Sep 16, 2019 | 6:03PM Cleveland, OH
The same Cleveland, Ohio, abortion facility that has been responsible for the deaths of two women has now sent another abortion patient to the hospital by ambulance – for the second time this month.
On Saturday, September 14, 2019, a medical emergency occurred at Preterm, which resulted in the emergency transport of a woman to a nearby hospital emergency room.
A fire unit arrived at Preterm at 1:25 p.m., followed five minutes later by an ambulance that arrived with sirens blaring.
A woman wearing purple scrubs came out of the Preterm abortion facility with her face covered and climbed into the ambulance. Later, the suffering woman was brought out on a gurney and loaded into an ambulance that soon whisked them both away to a hospital emergency room using lights and sirens.
Preterm clinic personnel tried to impede those that were attempting to video record the incident.
One witness told Operation Rescue that a car belonging to abortionist Mitch Reider was in the Preterm parking lot at the time of the incident.
Operation Rescue has requested 911 records for this emergency, which are expected to shed light on the woman’s condition, which could not be handled by Preterm’s staff.
Ambulances are routine at Preterm
Operation Rescue has documented many other abortion emergencies at Preterm that have resulted in women being transported by ambulance to hospital emergency rooms.
The most recent occurred on April 17, 2019, when an ambulance was called for a woman who had just had an abortion, but was hemorrhaging. The caller said she required “medical attention” – something apparently not available at Preterm.
“After all the patients in ambulances and two dead women, I have to wonder why this dangerous abortion facility is allowed to operate,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue. “I suspect it may be because Preterm is partially funded with revenues from the Ryan Residency Abortion Training Program, which is funded by the politically connected, including a Warren Buffett family foundation. Women’s lives and the lives of their babies should be worth more than a political agenda.”
A press event will be held at Preterm on Tuesday, September 17, 2019, at 10:00 AM, led by Pastors Walter and Darleen Moss. The event will address the harm and loss of life at Preterm, which targets poor urban women of color for abortions. The public is encouraged to attend in support of efforts to protect women and their babies by closing the Preterm abortion facility.
LifeNews.com Note: Cheryl Sullenger is a leader of Operation Rescue.