This Rhode Island Red Chick hatched earlier tonight with what appears as if it's stomach was not zipped up. It is moving around and breathing well, but I believe one leg/thigh might also be bad. WHAT SHOULD I DO??? 9 other eggs in incubator are pip'd or hatching and don't want to open if it is not necessary. Hoping someone knows what I should do. This chick hatched 9 hours after being placed in the hatcher on day 18. (18 days + 9 hours). Temps are a constant 99.3 to 99.6 degrees. Humidity was at 47% - 50% for day 1 to 18. Increased humidity to 67% - 70% for lockdown. I took this pic with my cell because it was such a surprise. I thought I herd peeping, so I looked into the hatcher. I saw the egg pip and the rip open within a few seconds and the chick fell out. I took this picture a short while later after getting my camera. Instantly I noticed the blood and what appears to be it's internal parts. Didn't notice the leg until a little while later.( Searched and searched and searched.) Prolapse I am trying to convince myself. Second picture is after the chick dried. It's (hopefully) prolapse is still dangling behind it and there is definitely a problem with the chicks hip. One other chick has hatched at this time and it appears healthy, although very clumsy. Any advise or humane suggestions would be greatly appreciated and Thank You!!!