In newly released 911 tapes placed by an abortion clinic, the abortion doctor can be heard telling the emergency operator that “we just need someone immediately.”
Last week, Life Dynamics reported that an ambulance was summoned to transfer a patient from a California abortion clinic.
The clinic was the FPA Women’s Health abortion facility in Bakersfield, California formerly known as Family Planning Associates.
The incident, which occurred April 14, 2015, was documented by pro-life sidewalk counselors Tim and Terri Palmquist of LifeSavers Ministries who have now uploaded the audio of the 911 call.
While the audio is interrupted by a series of beeps, the the Bakersfield City Clerk’s office told LifeSavers Ministries that the recording was “reviewed but not redacted.”
The emergency response request was made by the abortionist, who told the 911 operator, “We’re doing surgical terminations here at the clinic. We have a patient we’ve done a procedure on and we believe there’s been a complication from the procedure and we need to transfer her.”
The abortionist believed to be on duty that day was Karen Mann, who was also believed to be the physician at the clinic in March when a man was forced to call 911 to get help for his wife after her abortion at that facility.
That 911 call can be heard here.
Mann can be heard telling the 911 operator in this incident that, “We just need someone immediately.”
The patient was 18-years-old and under sedation at the time of the call.
There is no word on her condition.
This was one of several emergency incidents documented at this abortion facility this year.