ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico, July 12, 2011 ( – The second of four 911 calls from a New Mexico clinic, in which a clinic worker explains that a 30-year-old woman requires emergency care for excessive bleeding following a first-trimester abortion, has been released by the pro-life group Operation Rescue.

Operation Rescue is releasing the series of calls, made over a recent 15-month period from Southwestern Women’s Options, an abortion clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in an effort to draw attention to the risks of the abortion procedure, and the shoddy practices of many abortion facilities.

Southwestern Women’s Options is the same clinic that was in the news last week after peaceful pro-life activists were violently attacked by an angry abortion supporter outside the facility. The attacker, Suzanne Cully, 54, has been charged with one count of battery and one count of aggravated battery.

The patient referred to in the latest 911 call suffered uterine bleeding, a sign of a possible punctured womb, which is a life-threatening abortion complication. The call was placed on November 3, 2010, at 12:42 pm.

The patient was transported to UNM Hospital, which operates its own abortion clinic, the UNM Center for Reproductive Health, where another botched abortion nearly killed a woman in February, 2011. In a 911 recording of that incident, the patient can be heard groaning and struggling for life.

Last week, Operation Rescue released the first of the 911 calls placed from Southwestern Women’s Options between February, 2010, and May, 2011. In that call, a staffer tells the operator that a 17-year old girl is suffering a high fever, a pulse of over 172 bpm, and uncontrolled bleeding after a second-trimester abortion.

Former Kansas late-term abortionists Shelley Sella and Susan Robinson are employees of SWO, which is owned by Texas abortionist Curtis Boyd. It is believed that either Sella or Robinson was involved in the botched abortions.

“New Mexico is the wild, wild west of the abortion industry. It has so little oversight that incidents like these are commonplace. Women who walk into an abortion clinic in New Mexico are playing what amounts to ‘Russian Roulette’ with their lives,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman.

Operation Rescue has filed complaints with the New Mexico Board of Medical Examiners against all three SWO abortionists in an effort to hold them accountable for the botched abortion injuries that have landed four women in the emergency room.

The pro-life group plans in the next few days to release two more 911 recordings from Southwestern Women’s Options that document additional life-threatening abortion complications.

“We are demanding will all urgency that Southwestern Women’s Options be closed immediately before they hurt or kill someone else,” said Newman.