What Are the Odds? Woman Claims 2 Lottery Prizes on Same Day - NBC 10 Philadelphia

What Are the Odds? Woman Claims 2 Lottery Prizes on Same Day

Kimberly Morris bought a second ticket worth $1 million on her way home from collecting a $10,000 prize on another

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    What Are the Odds? Woman Claims 2 Lottery Prizes on Same Day
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    She knows how to pick a winner.

    Kimberly Morris of Wake Forest scratched off two North Carolina lottery tickets on Monday, winning $1 million on one of the tickets and $10,000 with another, local media report.

    Morris thought things were going well when she bought a ticket at a grocery store Monday afternoon and scratched off the $10,000 prize. She went to the lottery headquarters in Raleigh to claim her prize.

    On the way home, she stopped and bought another ticket, and bingo! It was worth $1 million.

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    "I wasn't really expecting much," Morris told her state lottery. "I just enjoy playing the lottery."

    She chose to take the lump sum on the $1 million ticket, which was worth $417,012 after taxes.