Girl, 12, dies after suffering horrific burns in Queensland house fire.

A 12-year-old Queensland girl who suffered horrific burns in a house fire has died from her injuries after fighting for life in hospital for two days.

Alexis Dean, from Gympie, sustained critical burns after becoming trapped in her bedroom when her family home was engulfed by flames in the early hours of Monday morning, the Courier Mail reports.

Firefighters stormed the burning property about 4am to save her after her mother and two siblings escaped. Alexis was pulled from the blaze unconscious with severe upper body burns and smoke inhalation.

Little Alexis has been remembered as a bright ray of sunshine. Image via Nine.

She was airlifted to Lady Cilento Children's Hospital in Brisbane, where her devastated family remained by her side.

She died in hospital after her life support was turned off.

The parents issued a statement after their daughter passed away.

"We would like to thank the community for the support we have received during this very difficult time," they said.

"We are grateful that Alexis was able to donate her organs and give life to others, and this was in keeping with how she always wanted to help others. We ask respectfully to now be left to grieve in private."

Alexis' siblings and mother survived the house fire. Image via GoFundMe.

GoFundMe page had been set up to help the Dean family after they lost nearly everything in the blaze.

This morning, an update was posted in tribute to Alexis:

"Rip little Alexis. You were a bright ray of sunshine. Taken way to (sic) early. Help is needed to help the rest of the family. All donations are greatly appreciated."

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk also tweeted her condolences.