So I grabbed his halter and got him up again and brought him up and called the vet. Sure enough, he's colicking. Luckily I caught it in the very early stages. He was sedated, given painkillers, anti-inflammatories, anti-spasmodics and drenched. Vet also wormed him to be on the safe side.
As I said before, just lucky that I caught it really early on. Within 2 hours he was pooping again and eating everything in sight. Now it's just a matter of keeping an eye on him, his temperature mostly, to make sure that there is no infections in his gut.
I was so happy with my vet last night too. He was very prompt in getting out to us and so informative every step of the way. Showing me where the tube was in his throat and what not. Here's hoping that we won't have any complications today and that all is well now.
Here's a photo of the boy, just because I can.