West Alabama Women's Center, located in Tuscaloosa, is being sued by a woman who says she suffered a torn uterus during an abortion a little over a year ago.
Citing the lawsuit, Sarah Neely of the Charismatic Episcopalian Church for Life says the woman was placed in a recovery room chair, where she had repeatedly requested an ambulance, and where she lost consciousness several times according to the legal complaint.
“And finally, when the staff could no longer find her pulse, they called an ambulance,” Neely recalls. “So I don't know how many hours that was but finally an ambulance came.”
At the hospital, the woman says she required a full hysterectomy to save her life.
The abortionist of record that day at Women’s Center was Tamer Middleton.
Neely tells American Family News another patient, with a similar abortion-related injury, died months earlier. A state investigation yielded no results after the pro-life group urged the Alabama Dept. of Health to investigate.
Operation Rescue and Life Legal Defense Foundation have partnered with Alabama pro-lifers to try and get the clinic shut down.