911: Woman Bleeding Excessively in Middle of Abortion at Connecticut Abortion Facility

By Cheryl Sullenger

Hartford, CT – An abortion patient suffered “excessive bleeding” in the middle of an abortion procedure at Hartford GYN Center in Hartford, Connecticut, according to 911 records obtained by Operation Rescue.

A 911 call was placed by “Madeline,” a Hartford GYN nurse, at 10:01 a.m. on October 21, 2017. She indicated that the patient was in the middle of a “procedure” and was bleeding heavily. The woman was sedated, and it appeared that the clinic staff were going to under sedation while they continued the abortion procedure.

The ambulance was dispatched under “Priority 1,” which is used in the most urgent of cases. A witness on the scene told Operation Rescue that the woman was brought out of the abortion facility with “a sheet over her head.”

EMS unit 221 transported the bleeding woman to Hartford Hospital. The entire incident took 22 minutes.

Further information about the injured woman’s condition remains unknown.

Hartford GYN Center opened in 1981, and conducts abortions through 21 weeks of pregnancy. It is a member of the National Abortion Federation, a network of abortion facilities that has an over-all dubious safety record. The abortion business is part of a chain of five facilities operating under the Women’s Centers banner. Other chain locations are in Atlanta, Georgia; Cherry Hill, New Jersey; Delaware County, Delaware; and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

From January 1 through November 18, 2017, Operation Rescue documented 56 medical emergencies nationwide that required ambulance transport directly from abortion facilities. This number is based on eye-witness reports and does not reflect every incident that occurs. It also does not count women who must seek emergency medical care after they have left the abortion facility.

“We have seen an uptick in the numbers of ambulances at abortion facilities this year, and have already exceeded the number of medical emergencies we recorded in 2016,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue. “Things are not getting any better at our nation’s abortion businesses. If anything, they are more dangerous than ever.”

Operation Rescue tracks abortion-related medical emergencies at abortion facilities nationwide.

“Just based on the incidents we have documented, knowing that it is a small fraction of such incidents, it is obvious that the Abortion Cartel’s abortion complication stats that portray abortion as the safest medical procedure, are as fake as they can be.”

Read the 911 CAD printout.

  • dje3

    It is time to begin to notify all insurers of the KNOWN incidents in this the of clinic. If you can get the word out for anyone that has had subsequent visits to hospital or ER you can increase the numbers substantially. Remember that NORMALLY insurance companies use LOSSES, however when “incidents” are known and can be tallied against “number of procedures” then insurance rates can increase astronomically. I believe that there are actually underwriting repositories of this kind of info. Help them out and you may get rid of these kinds of clinics by default!
    I have known doctors with 1M premiums because of their specialty (OBGYN and delivery of babies)! They didn’t even have a single loss!

  • borogirl54

    Ironically, OB-GYN’s are one of the lowest paid medical specialties. It is not uncommon for private Ob-GYN’s to provide prenatal care but not deliver the baby and let the hospitalist do it because their malpractice insurance is paid by the hospital and they incur less risk.

  • Remember

    Hey great idea! Here is their liability insurance:



  • DrGetWell

    To prevent abortion,one must prevent pregnancy in the first place.Duh/ yes it can be done if rape is prevented. what do you know about this issue,now titled:Me Too ?

  • urbanvrwcmom

    The best way to prevent pregnancy is to avoid sex UNTIL MARRIAGE! Yes, the girl will get dumped after refusing to put out, then will be sad for a week or two. It only goes to show what good she was to the male she was involved with, so she’s better off without him. The same can be said about fellas having females putting pressure on them.