By Mark Ellis
Lakisha Wilson, 22, passed away following a late-term abortion March 21st at the Preterm abortion facility in Cleveland, Ohio.
Wilson was transported by ambulance to University Hospitals Case Medical Center shortly before noon on the 21st, where she was treated, expired and was pronounced dead on March 28th, according to a statement released by the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office.
Based on a recorded 911 call and eyewitness accounts, she was not breathing when she left the abortion facility, and emergency personnel were not making efforts to resuscitate her on the gurney.
Dr. Richard Ivan, a retired dentist, stood nearby when the young woman was brought out from the abortion facility about 11:20 a.m. on March 21st. “I was two feet away from the gurney. That girl was dead,” he says sadly.
“There was no protection over her head, no mask on her face. They were in no rush to get her out, which tells me she was beyond help. There were no lights (or siren on ambulance) going to the hospital.”