This audio from an abortion clinic injury is being kept secret – what they were hiding will send chills down your spine

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Abortion providers claim abortions are totally and completely safe. 

But if that’s true, why are more and more clinics reporting emergencies? 

And this emergency audio regarding an abortion clinic injury that’s being kept secret will send chills down your spine.

In a startling revelation, watchdog group Operation Rescue has uncovered disturbing details about an incident at the Family Planning Associates Medical Group (FPA) in Chicago. 

The incident, which occurred in April 2023, involved a 40-year-old woman who suffered injuries at the abortion facility located at 659 West Washington Boulevard.

According to a computer-aided dispatch transcript, an ambulance rushed to the scene on April 26, just after 9 a.m., to attend to the injured woman. 

Shockingly, the city of Chicago has refused to release the audio recording of the 911 call, leaving the public in the dark about the nature and extent of the woman’s injuries.

While the city remains tight-lipped, Operation Rescue unearthed an online review from June that adds a distressing layer to the narrative. 

The review, giving the facility a mere one star, recounts a horrifying experience: “They did not complete their job. I had to have surgery to get the rest of what they left, and I had to have 3 blood transfusions because I almost bled out to death!! DO NOT Recommend!!!” 

Although it’s uncertain if this pertains to the April incident, it underscores a troubling pattern of emergencies at this abortion facility.

Chicago’s attempt to keep a shroud of secrecy doesn’t end with withholding 911 call recordings; the city is actively working to muzzle pro-life advocates engaged in sidewalk counseling outside the FPA facility. 

In a concerning move, a Chicago City Council committee advanced an ordinance in November to establish a “quiet zone” around the facility, which already boasts a 50-foot buffer zone. 

The rationale behind this move is a claim by a pro-abortion city council member that sidewalk counselors are becoming “increasingly aggressive.” 

However, Eric Scheidler, executive director of Pro-Life Action League, disputes this, stating, “There’s just no way that that’s true.”

Operation Rescue President Troy Newman expressed dismay at the city’s actions, stating, “There is no telling how many women are seriously injured at this facility.” 

He criticizes the prioritization of silencing pro-life advocates over providing crucial public information that could potentially save lives. 

Newman asserts, “It is shameful that the city of Chicago seems to care more about silencing those attempting to inform potential victims of this dangerous operation while also hiding important public information from the community and others who would perhaps travel to the facility from out of state.”

In the face of blatant censorship, Newman extends gratitude to those steadfastly positioned on the front lines, tirelessly working to protect innocent lives and extend support to mothers and families choosing life. 

The battle against the oppressive silence surrounding abortion facilities remains a crucial endeavor, demanding the attention and action of pro-life Americans.

The disturbing incident in Chicago sheds light on the need for transparency and accountability in the abortion industry. 

As the fight for the unborn continues, it is imperative for advocates to amplify their voices and expose the dark realities concealed behind the walls of abortion facilities. 

The silenced screams of these victims must not be drowned out by the city’s attempts to stifle the truth.

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.