May I wsh you a warm welcome to the CameraLabs forum.
I'd also like to echo Adi's request that you compose your posts without shouting.
I think your best bet is to remove the camera's battery, open any hatches or flaps you can and allow as much loose water to escape as possible and then let the camera dry out slowly. Maybe aid this by putting the camera somewhere warm but definitely do not
heat the camera. Once the camera has had a chance to thoroughly dry out and you've charged the battery you may be lucky and find the camera still works.
I'm not holding out too much hope, however, and you may have to think about getting, or being given, a new camera. Rotten luck, if so, but if you have insurance (such as house contents or equivalent) it may be worth your while to claim, depending on the policy terms and conditions.