The girls both face charges of child endangerment and assault and battery with a risky weapon.
They then say "bye" to the child and shut the door.
The video (posted below) shows a baby crying before being placed inside a refrigerator by one of the girls.
The child stays in the ice chest for a couple of moments until the point that one of the youngsters opens the entryway and expels the shouting baby.
The schoolgirls, whose names were not released, were babysitting the tot Monday at a home in Danvers, Massachusetts, USA, when they are accused of filming the video, news station NECN reported.
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The baby's mother said she was away from the house for a little over half an hour when the Snapchat was posted. The two juvenile babysitters are now facing charges for allegedly committing the act and sharing the video on a social networking site.
"I was horrified", the mother told CNN affiliate WCVB. 'I didn't expect that to happen. "I don't want anyone near my child anymore", she said. Teenagers are silly, stupid, foolish - they do things like that - and I've been a teenager before.
Two schoolgirls have been arrested after putting a screaming baby in a fridge for a Snapchat video.. "They obviously didn't know the severity of it".
The Department of Children and Families said it has received a report on the situation and is investigating in collaboration with law enforcement.