Pictured, Beaumont, Texas woman, Collette Sulcer with her three year old daughter Jordyn Sulcer.
She pulled her vehicle into the Plaza 10 parking lot. The girl was hanging on her mother at the time.
A Beaumont fire-rescue official said that a police and fire-rescue team found the pair about half a mile downstream. A good Samaritan nearby helped the rescue crew get the mother and child to a hospital by letting the crew load the pair into his truck.
The report said the rescue boat got to the scene just in the nick of time as the mother and daughter were about to go under a railroad trestle. The child was in a stable condition. The mother was unresponsive and first responders performed CPR.
The little girl was found wearing her pink backpack and suffering hypothermia when rescuers pulled her and her mother's body from the water.
"Everybody at the hospital and the officers just fell in love with her", Riley said.
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One of the most heartbreaking stories to emerge from the Storm Harvey floods is that of three-year-old Jordyn Grace, who was found clinging to her drowning mother amid floodwaters.
Relatives described Ms Sulcer as a dedicated nurse who entered the profession after the death years ago of her mother, who was also a nurse."We're a service family that takes pride in giving back to our community", said Ms Logan, also a nurse. The current was pushing them toward a flooded trestle.
Sulcer was driving at about 3.30pm when she became overwhelmed by the flooding roadway.
She was identified as Colette Sulcer, 41, of Beaumont. According to a NOAA meteorologist, Harvey has caused "the heaviest storm-total rainfall from any tropical cyclone in the continental U.S.in records dating to 1950, topping the 48-inch storm total in Medina, Texas, from Tropical Storm Amelia in 1978".
It reads: "When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; and when you pass through the rivers, they will not sweep over you".
The storm, which has seen 50 inches of rainfall in parts of Texas, has claimed the lives of at least 37 people and brought devastation to parts of the southern USA state.