Two broody hens are sitting on eggs and so far two chicks have hatched successfully...a third one hatched but one of the other hens in the coop attacked and killed it. So I separated the hen from the chicks/broody hens and now, another is zipping and I think one of the broodies stepped on it because they both have been getting on and off the nest (they're sharing the broody job) to forage a little with the two hatched chicks. The egg is a little crushed and there's some blood, but the chick is still peeping and moving as of right now. I closed up the coop so its dark in there right now to prevent the broody hens from moving around and stepping on the egg and causing further damage, but I'm worried the damage has already been done...the chick is still moving and peeping and is almost halfway through pipping, and the membrane is looking a little dry, but my concern is the blood...it's not too much, but it's enough to make me worried that it wont make it, even though it's so close to hatching. Please help! I don't know what to do and I don't want to lose another baby chick.