Today I was working in the chicken run building a flower box with a rose, inside of an "invisible netting" boxed 3x4 fence. I built the door frame out of 2x2's and lean it against the fence frame. My sweet little golden seabright pullet 2 months old was watching me very curious of what I was doing. I step away to get the hinges for a second, and it happen , the door felt down and hit my seabright. It broke her leg so bad that the leg was flying in all directions as she was hopping away "screaming". I got her as quick as I could and calm her down. I put the splinter with my husband's help and she seems to be calm and better now, but I feel terrible. How could I be so careless. I worked before in the run with the chickens around me, but I've always been extra careful. I'm even very careful when I step, I never make a step backwards, and when I walk forward Im always looking down, because my chickens usually jump on my feet thinking that I have some treats. But today, I don't know what I was thinking . How could I not know that when you think its only a second thats when the accident will happen. I have my poor little seabrigt in my arms right now, she is sleeping. I hope she will recover. The bone is broken above the joint and is completely disconnected. I made a special box with a hammock of fabric inspired by this thread https://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=147520 and put her in, but she was very distress to be alone. She "cried" there for about 15 minutes. So I got her a little buddy of same age (seabright rooster) and I will put them together in a separated box. I'm going to try again the hammock box tomorrow. This little pullet doesn't not like to be alone at all, so I'll have to see how it goes tomorrow. I just feel so bad that she has to suffer because on my careless mistake.