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Emergency responders were summoned to a Planned Parenthood business in St. Paul, Minn., recently and pro-life activists captured the visit on video.

It’s been posted by officials with Operation Rescue, one of the cutting-edge pro-life organizations in the country.

It was the second emergency transport from a Minnesota Planned Parenthood business in 10 months, Operation Rescue reported.

The latest incident happened earlier this month at the business’ new $16 million, three-story, 46,000-square-foot facility in St. Paul.

“Sixteen million dollars later and Planned Parenthood still is botching abortions and endangering the lives of women,” said Troy Newman, president of Operation Recue and Pro-Life Nation.

The video was taken on a cell phone camera by a volunteer, Brian Gibson, of Pro-Life Action Ministries.

The video reveals a frantic security guard for the abortion business desperately waving at paramedics, who were pushing a gurney on foot down a long alley-way to the back of the building.

Later the ambulance went down the same alley and the patient was loaded into the ambulance.

Operation rescue said it was uncertain if the woman survived her injuries.

“There should be no debate about whether our tax dollars should continue to fund Planned Parenthood. This and many other similar incidents demonstrate that Planned Parenthood operates a dangerous abortion racket that profits at the expense of women who all too often land in the hospital or the morgue,” said Newman.

“Instead of being funded, Planned Parenthood should be investigated, defunded, and closed for good.”

The video:

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