The following comes from a May 23 story on LifeSiteNews.

Chilling new audio has been released from inside a Phoenix abortion facility indicating that a baby was, in fact, born alive during a botched abortion earlier this year.

“The fetus is breathing,” an abortion facility worker tells 911.

A local television station has obtained a recording of the emergency call, which was placed inside the Family Planning Associates Medical Group two months ago, stirring anew the controversy over late-term abortions and the care of potentially viable newborns.

According to police records, a 27-year-old mother of five began the abortion process on February 25 by taking an abortifacient pill. When she arrived to complete the abortion, police records say she went into “spontaneous labor.”

The baby, whom abortionist Eleanor Stanley measured at between 21.5 and 23.5 weeks, was born in the office. Dr. Stanley said the baby had no heartbeat.

But when an office worker placed the baby on the scale to weigh the “remains,” she screamed, “Oh my God, this fetus is moving!”

That abortion worker can be heard calling 911 for assistance in newly released audio.

“We are a termination clinic. There was a termination that was performed,” she said in the phone call, recorded on February 26. “There is a fetus that is breathing right now, so we need someone to do services.”

“The fetus is breathing, so we need care for it now,” she continued.

The emergency dispatcher asked if the newborn had been subjected to a partial abortion, and the abortionist said the child had not been harmed. However, the child needed medical care at once.

“We can’t provide that care, except for oxygen, and we’re trying to keep the fetus stable until someone arrives,” she said.

Police reports say the hospital pronounced the child dead on arrival.

Kat Sabine, the executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice America’s state chapter, defended the abortion facility’s actions in an interview with KPNX-TV in April.

“Nobody did anything wrong,” she said, chuckling on camera…