Last week Family Council reported on an ambulance spotted at Little Rock Family Planning Services — Arkansas’ only surgical abortion facility.

Pro-life volunteers outside the facility reportedly saw a woman transported by ambulance on Tuesday afternoon last week. Photos and video of the incident show clinic volunteers obscuring the woman from view as she was taken to the ambulance.

This week Family Council received 911 dispatch reports from the incident obtained via the Freedom of Information Act.

The redacted reports indicate that the woman was taken to UAMS in Little Rock.

Act 740 of 2021 requires abortionists to maintain transfer agreements with local hospitals to handle these sorts of emergencies. Little Rock Family Planning Services maintains an ambulance transport agreement with MEMS and a hospital transfer agreement with UAMS.

The reports also list the woman’s priority level as a “Code 2.” In the past, Family Council has been told that Code 2 suggests the situation was urgent, but not necessarily life-threatening.

The whole incident is strikingly similar to apparent botched abortions at the same surgical abortion facility in 2018 and in 2019.

As the U.S. Supreme Court prepares to possibly overturn Roe v. Wade and pro-lifers brace for a “summer of rage” from abortion activists, incidents like these continue to remind us that abortion takes the life of an unborn child, and it carries serious risks for women.

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