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May 1, 2019

As Illinois seeks to expand abortion, ambulance wheels away patient at capital’s Planned Parenthood

As Illinois seeks to expand abortion, ambulance wheels away patient at capital’s Planned Parenthood
While Christians across the world were observing Holy Thursday, business as usual carried on inside abortion clinics across the country while pro-lifers kept vigil on the sidewalks outside. Around noon, pro-lifers praying outside the Planned Parenthood in Springfield, Illinois, one of 18 Planned Parenthood centers in the state, were shocked when an ambulance pulled up to the abortion facility’s patient entrance. Moments later, a person covered by a sheet was wheeled out on a gurney.

Video footage taken by Tim Moore, president of Springfield Right to Life, suggested that the victim was a patient since the person was not wearing shoes. A Freedom of Information Access request was filed with the Sangamon County Central Dispatch System Manager and FOIA Officer to determine the reason for the 911 call, and it was later learned that the person on the gurney was an abortion patient, who was 11 weeks pregnant. She was suffering from chest pains, shortness of breath, dizziness, and nausea. She was conscious at the time, and it is unknown if she began experiencing these symptoms before or after her abortion.  Click here for more.