My Polish hen Labelle has been laying on a clutch of eggs that should be on lockdown. I have an invasive broody. An invasive broody is what I call my OE hen that only wants to be broody when another hen has already been sitting on a clutch for about two weeks, and my OE pushes the other hen out of the nest and takes over. This is the second time this year Myrtle (the invasive broody) has done this, so I had to move her out of the coop. This is what I found under her... I don't know what happened... Maybe it pipped and one of the hens just kept pecking? It is still moving, still alive, and still chirping. I have checked on it three times since this morning with no change. It was due to hatch tomorrow. Does it have a chance to survive? Has this happened to any one before?