$1M Powerball Ticket Sold in Center City

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    Didn’t win the $400 million Powerball jackpot?

    That doesn’t mean you aren’t a millionaire.

    A new millionaire could be in our midst after the Pennsylvania Lottery announced that a ticket matching all five white balls -- 07-10-22-32-35 -- but not the red Powerball in Wednesday night’s drawing was sold at a Center City Philadelphia newstand.

    Loges Newsstand at 101 S. 18th Street sold the winning ticket. For selling the ticket the newstand gets $5,000. The owner of the ticket will receive the million-dollar prize minus taxes.

    Another winning ticket was sold in the Keystone State -- a Power Play doubler worth $2 million was sold at a Wegmans store in Mechanicsburg, Cumberland County.

    Any winner should sign the back of their ticket and contact the state lottery.

     


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