The SEPTA 48 Share Their Stories

From someone who was on the job for less than a year to a veteran of 42 years, meet some of the newest millionaires who split the Powerball jackpot.

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The SEPTA 48 stepped forward Fridya to claim their lump sum Powerball jackpot of almost $108 million. Check out some of the amazing stories some of the winners shared at the press conference.
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The SEPTA 48 stepped forward Fridya to claim their lump sum Powerball jackpot of almost $108 million. Check out some of the amazing stories some of the winners shared at the press conference.
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Winner Bob Landgraf served as a spokesman for the SEPTA winners. He wished the Phillies the "same kind of success we had." Watch Video
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Pam Schurgot and Bryant Vaders were the duo that was in chrage of collecting money and buying the lottery tickets. Bryant told the story about how he bought the actual winner while Pam shares the story of when she found out they won. Watch Video
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42-year-year SEPTA employee Daniel Disantis talked about how his career with SEPTA has given him many opportunities. Watch Video
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Winner Larry Green choked up as he told the story about how he danced his way to love and prayed his way to a winning ticket. Watch Video
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Cancer survivor Marylouise Wagner is feeling healthy and thankful for the support she got from her co-workers. "Don' t ever give up because you don't know what's just around the corner." She just returned to work April 10 to win the lottery just two weeks later. Watch Video
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Matt Sheridan, 26, is one of the youngest winners having just worked at SEPTA for less than a year. He always made sure he entered the lottery pool -- even if he needed a co-worker to cover for him. Watch Video
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