Abortion mill calls 911, but tells the ambulance to turn off its siren

  • 05/04/2017
  • Press Corp

When a Kalamazoo, Michigan Planned Parenthood botched an abortion it was performing on a 15-year-old girl and her baby, the staff panicked.

But they weren't rushing to save the bleeding girl's life.  

They instead ordered the ambulance to turn off its sirens and not hurry to the deadly accident because it didn't want neighbors to know they botched another abortion.

Life Site News reports:

The ambulance was dispatched “Priority 1,” indicating a serious, life-threatening condition. A Planned Parenthood worker instructed the ambulance to pick up the patient from the rear delivery entrance and also requested an “early shutdown,” presumably of lights and sirens as the ambulance arrived. Shutting down lights and sirens could cause the ambulance to be delayed by traffic.

The girl survived, no thanks to the abortuary staff.

You can hear the 911 call here.