Rescuers in southern Spain are trying to find a two-year-old boy who tumbled down a borehole over 100 metres (328 feet) deep, according to the BBC.
The well dug to get water is reportedly just 25 centimetres (about 10 inches) wide.
The search began on Sunday afternoon and continued at might near Totalán, a village in the hills north-east of Malaga.
The search party do not if the boy is still alive.
Quoting Spanish media report, the BBC reported that a camera lowered into the well found his bag of sweets and a plastic cup 78 metres down.
Firefighters and Police personnel inserted tubing to shore up the well.
As at the time of going to press, the rescuers were still trying to work out how best to get the two-year-old, named by media only as Yulen, out.
Nobody can squeeze down the narrow shaft, so the plan is to drill a parallel tunnel, but rescuers must avoid knocking the borehole’s earthen sides.
The boy’s father reportedly rang Police at 14:00 local time (13:00 GMT) on Sunday to tell them Yulen had fallen into the well.
Guardia Civil Police joined dozens of firefighters with equipment designed for such tight places.