I just opened the incubator one last time to put in a damp towel to increase the humidity. Then it's lockdown. As I poured water on the towel, my hand hit the fan (the lid was only lifted a little). The fan sent my hand flying and the pitcher of water partially crushed an egg. The duckling is pushing at the membrane where it is crushed. I quickly sprayed it with warm water and closed the incubator. They are due to hatch on Monday. Can it survive? Is there anything I should do? It's not just a crack--it's about the size of the air cell (I know this because the air cell is outlined in pencil at each candling), and crushed. Like I said, the duckling is pushing at it. I am a bit stressed. I took the goats to be neutered today, and one of them is acting shocky, and they're both all bloody. They're probably fine, but between that and crushing an egg so close to hatching... I'm feeling a little ill. Help???