Temporaire water into insulation could affect insulation and floor rafters?

Hello,
I did start to do an extension of my cottage. I did create the concrete footings, 15 inches high from ground and build the floor on top of them using 2 x 8 rafters. I did use R28 pink insulation between rafters. I did use 2 layers of vinyl, one under the rafters to support insulation and the other on top. Then I did cover with plywood. After first rain (even I did cover the floor), some water was infiltrated between 2 layers of vinyl, where the insulation is. I did make some holes on lower vinyl layer, to remove the water. Most part of water poured.
My question is: Will be the water still present into the insulation? What do you suggest to me in order dry the insulation. Or the water will evaporate in time? I hope this situation is present until the walls and roof are completed.
Thanks, Christian
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Should only have vinyl on the warm (floor) side. Rip off vinyl and fasten galvanized wire between the joists to hold in the insulation.

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