Father and daughter forced to cling to tree for two days as Cyclone Tiffany bears down on Queensland

A father and daughter miraculously survived being washed away by cyclone-induced floods by clinging to a tree for two days. 

The pair spent two nights clinging to branches surrounded by deep floodwaters in Gympie in the Wide Bay-Burnett region of Queensland about 1pm on Sunday. 

The father explained he and his primary-school aged daughter were forced to evacuate their car when they got trapped and water began filling the vehicle.

The aftermath of ex-cyclone Seth continues to wreak havoc on the Wide Bay-Burnett region (pictured, emergency services in Maryborough)

The aftermath of ex-cyclone Seth continues to wreak…

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