Laidley, Lockyer Valley underwater: East coast downpour this weekend as Queensland floods

A Queensland town is underwater with a massive swathe of the state is set to get smashed by yet another heavy rainfall event spurred by a massive low-pressure system.

The main street of Laidley – a historic valley town just off the highway between Brisbane and Toowoomba – was so consumed by floodwater on Friday morning it more resembled a river. 

Residents of the Lockyer Valley area fled low-lying homes overnight after being woken up by a flood siren, door knocks, and instructions to…

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