A Planned Parenthood abortion business where a woman died after apparently being left, bleeding, for five hours or more had been told on a separate issue to call 911 for help in an emergency the same day Tonya Reaves died, according to a new report.
The result is a renewed call for an criminal investigation of Reaves’ death, according to officials with Operation Rescue.
The organization’s officials said they obtained a copy of a telephone call placed at 12:43 p.m. on July 20 from the Loop Health Center Planned Parenthood in Chicago regarding a fracas that developed with a mother and daughter who were at the abortion business.
That situation was unrelated to that of Reaves, who had her fatal abortion at about 11 a.m. at that location on that day, Operation Rescue said.
But the 911 dispatcher in the call is heard admonishing the Planned Parenthood worker for calling 311, a number used primarily to provide information regarding city events and programs, during an emergency.
The mother-and-daughter issue developed when a 16-year-old patient was “physically assaulted” by her mother, and Operation Rescue said the caller indicated abortion business staff members pulled the two apart after they saw the mother kick and hair-pull her daughter.