Two- and four-year old children rescued from a glass cage in a rural Indian village were taken to a medical facility, where they were treated for dehydration and shock, according to officials.
The rescue was reportedly due to the rain that fell in the area on Thursday, but there were no other details.
The children, who are currently being treated in the local medical center, were found trapped inside a glass container that was found on the outskirts of their village, on Thursday evening.
A police officer said the children had been in the container for two days and had lost consciousness, but they were not injured.
The village is located in the Andhra Pradesh state.
A team of three policemen arrived at the village after receiving reports of a child missing, said the officer, who declined to be named.
The police officer told AFP news agency that the children were brought to a nearby hospital and were being treated.