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On May 25, an employee of Women’s Med Dayton (WMD) in Dayton, Ohio, called 911 to request a “non-emergency” transport for a 36-year-old woman to a hospital for emergency intervention.
The 911 dispatcher was clearly baffled by the request, perhaps initially thinking the caller intended to call for an Uber ride instead. “I don’t understand a non-emergency transport,” the dispatcher said with an intense, confused tone.
The staff of this late-term abortion facility regularly uses the term “non-emergency” to describe botched abortions that could certainly be life-threatening.
In fact, when the dispatcher asked the caller, “Could we have a reason?” she quietly responded, “Uh, hemorrhage.” Please follow LifeNews.com on Gab for the latest pro-life news and info, free from social media censorship. Obviously, abortion complications that necessitate a 911 call and transport to a hospital emergency room are not “non-emergent.” The purpose of a 911 service is to report emergencies.And, more specifically, […]
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