I have 6 new chicks and they are currently under a brooding lamp and all has gone well until today! I left for about 2 hours and came home to screaming chicks. 2 were close to death and didn't look like saving was an option, 2 were soaked but breathing better and 2 were damp. One was on its back in the waterer. It is shallow but they soaked a lot of the pen. I quickly searched online and it said warm them up quickly without getting them too hot and also get them dry asap. So I did that and the 3 of the ones that were near death laying down eyes closed and not moving I got back on their feet after a lot of coaxing. My biggest one took 2 hours to get somewhat better. She finally opened her eyes but is still kind of wobbly and is sort of panting and has her beak open breathing harder then normal. She has Been moving around slowly so I don't think she is overheated and she isn't directly under the light anymore. I don't know why she is doing this. I have had a lot of chicks and this is the first time I have had them get wet like that. I think the one that isn't back to normal is probably the one who was laying in the water dish on her back when I got home. She came to, and promptly shot out liquid out of her behind. It shot out hard and actually made a loud sound. Does this mean anything? And any ideas on how to try to save her? They were all in great health and this is the first problem I have had with them.