Witnesses outside a Planned Parenthood in Washington State observed an ambulance, transporting a women for emergency care, leave the abortion clinic with lights flashing and sirens blaring.
According to Operation Rescue, members of the group, Sidewalk Advocates for Life of Spokane were able to document an ambulance racing to the hospital with a patient from the Indiana Health Center of Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Spokane, Washington.
The pro-life witnesses report that the ambulance left the Planned Parenthood abortion facility with lights flashing and sirens blaring.
From Operation Rescue:
The woman appeared to be completely covered head to toe with blankets or sheets. An IV bag could be seen hanging over the gurney. One clinic worker with an umbrella unsuccessfully attempted to block view of the gurney from the street.
Adding a “creep factor” to the incident, the video clearly showed a woman carrying what appeared to be a red plastic biohazard bag who rode with the ambulance to the hospital. Aborted baby remains are often placed in such bags, but there was no way to determine from the video exactly what was in the red bag.
The incident, which took place on Wednesday, April 15, 2015, was the second known medical emergency at this Planned Parenthood facility this year.
In January, Operation Rescue reported that Planned Parenthood workers in Spokane stood nearby laughing as emergency responders loaded a patient into an ambulance and rushed her to a nearby hospital for emergency treatment.
So far in 2015, Operation Rescue has documented 25 medical emergencies at abortion clinics across the country, including 11 at Planned Parenthood facilities in seven states.