Pro-life activists are focusing their attention on a New Jersey abortion facility that was recently the scene of another incident that shows abortion is not necessarily safe for women.
Staff member Gerald McCoy of Cherry Hill Women's Center called 911 earlier this month when a patient needed emergency help that personnel at the abortuary could not provide.
"I'm calling with a patient that had an abortion procedure, and afterwards she had some post-abortal bleeding," McCoy tells the dispatcher in the call. "We did give her a TXA, and she does have two IVs in place. Her vitals are stable. She's 21 years old."
"She's packed; she's stable, but she had more bleeding than the doctor would like after surgery," McCoy continues.
Tranexamic acid (TXA) is a drug used in part to prevent prolonged bleeding. The patient had been packed with absorbent material to soak up blood, and Operation Rescue says the use of the two IVs indicates the bleeding was serious.
Records show this is the second patient transport from the Cherry Hill facility to a hospital in the past eight weeks. And considering the fact that other medical emergencies were reported at the same site in recent years, the pro-life organization believes the situation warrants further investigation.
In addition, Operation Rescue, which has recorded all known emergencies at abortion clinics for years, says the latest incident should send a message to women that abortions are not necessarily safe.