I need help. I noticed a week old chick was weak. She was not able to stand totally up, stayed under the heat lamp, and was lethargic. I went to check on her and all the sudden she started screaming her body flipped over and her neck twisted. It was like someone just grabbed her neck and twisted it and her upper body. It was very traumatic to watch. I immediately went and researched. I thought maybe it was wry neck. I got some vitamins/minerals and went to get her. In the 1 minute it took to find that info her neck was untwisted and she was laying down. I brought her inside and held her in a towel to support her body and neck and was resting her on a heating mat. Then I got her to drink the vitamin water. Two more times she would scream and her body would twist and then it would relax. Then she started having the water come back out of her mouth. I don't know if the twisting out pressure on her crop and squeezed it out or if the crooked neck caused the water down the wrong tube. I tried the make sure to only out a drop in her beak and allow her to take it in as necessary. I feel so guilty because I worry that I caused her to aspirate. She sounded horrible when she would flap her wings and twist. she twisted the final time and I gently untwisted her neck. She had what seemed like so much liquid coming out. She shook for like 10 seconds and then died. Please tell me what happened. Or give advice. I can't seem to figure out if it was truly wry neck or not. I also don't know if what actually killed her was aspiration.