Powerball winner in CA, at least one $1M ticket sold in Mass.

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AND ONLINE. JESSICA: Well, it’s FINALLY over. IN SOUTH CALIFORNIA, A WINNING POWERBALL JACKPOT TICKET HAS BEEN SOLD FOR A RECORD BREAKING AMOUNT. AND WHILE THAT IS THOUSANDS OF MILES FROM HERE WE STILL HAVE A BIG WINNER IN MASSACHUSETTS. OUR DANAE BUCCI LIVES IN QUINCY IN THE LUCKY STORE. REPORTER: JUST ONE, HAPPY SHOP HERE ON WEST QUANTUM MARKET AND LIQUORS. THE OWNERS ARE HERE ONLY TWO YEARS. THEY ARE SO EXCITED TO SELL THAT $1 MILLION TICKET. THE $2 BILLION POWERBALL JACKPOT TICKET WAS SOLD IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. BUT THERE WERE $22 MILLION WINNERS NATIONALLY, INCLUDING ONE HERE IN QUINCY. THIS IS THE BIGGEST LOTTERY SUM WEST QUANTUM MARKET AND LIQUORS EVER SOLD. AND NO ONE KNOWS WHO THE LUCKY WINNER IS. >> SADLY WE DON’T KNOW WHO THE WINNER IS BECAUSE THEY ARE ALL ANONYMOUS PLAYERS SO AT A POINT AND TIME THAT PERSON HAS TO COME TO OUR HEADQUARTERS DORCHESTER TO CASH THAT TICKET AND AT THAT POINT WE WILL HAVE TO BE WHO. REPORTER: MASS STATE LOTTERY SAYS THE WINNER PURCHASED A QUICK PICK TICKET AND THEY HAVE A YEAR TO RECEIVE THEIR PRIZE. SO IF YOU BUY A QUICK PICK TICKET HERE

California Powerball Jackpot Winner, $1 Million Ticket Sold in Quincy, Massachusetts

Jackpot was worth a record $2.04 billion

A single ticket sold in California won the record-setting Powerball jackpot after a technical glitch delayed the highly anticipated draw, but several smaller prizes were won in Massachusetts. According to the game’s website, one ticket worth $1 million has been sold in the Bay State. Massachusetts State Lottery officials confirmed that the $1 million lottery ticket was sold at West Squantum Market and Liquor, located at 205 W. Squantum St. in Quincy. The store will receive a $10,000 bonus for the sale of the lottery ticket. Nine other tickets sold in Massachusetts brought in $50,000. They were sold at: Cumberland Farms, 1128 Oakhill Ave., AttleboroughThistle & Shamrock, 62 Walden St., CambridgeNew Mart Variety, 69 Sterling St., ClintonSpeedway, 91 Faunce Corner Mall Rd., North DartmouthSpeedway, 373 Bridge St., DedhamNobscot’s Cafe , 847 Edgell Rd., FraminghamStop & Shop, 3900 Falmouth Rd., Marstons Mills Main Street Variety, 335 Main St., MedfordCumberland Farms, 105 Post Office Park, Wilbraham. Jackpot was estimated at $1.9 billion Monday, but topped Tuesday $2.04 billion morning after updated calculations. The numbers for the Tallahassee, Florida draw were: white balls 10, 33, 41, 47, and 56, and the red Powerball was 10. The Multi-State Lottery Association says Monday night’s Powerball draw was delayed to Tuesday morning because a participating lottery had problems processing sales. The association said it was against its policy to say which lottery had the delay, but the Minnesota Lottery issued a statement saying it was caused by a delay in processing their sales verification system. “The delay was necessary to confirm that the Powerball draw could be conducted safely and accurately,” Minnesota Lottery officials wrote in a statement. “At no point was the integrity of the process compromised.”

A single ticket sold in California won the record-setting Powerball jackpot after a technical glitch delayed the highly anticipated draw, but several smaller prizes were won in Massachusetts.

According to the game’s website, one ticket worth $1 million has been sold in the Bay State. Massachusetts State Lottery officials confirmed that the $1 million ticket had been sold at West Squantum Market and Liquor, located at 205 W. Squantum St. in Quincy.

The store will receive a $10,000 bonus for the sale of the ticket.

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W. Squantum Market & Liqueurs

Nine other tickets sold in Massachusetts brought in $50,000 in prizes. They were sold at:

  • Cumberland Farms, 1128 Oakhill Ave., Attleborough
  • Thistle & Shamrock, 62 Walden St., Cambridge
  • New Mart Variety, 69 Sterling St., Clinton
  • Speedway, 91 Faunce Corner Mall Rd., North Dartmouth
  • Speedway, 373 Bridge St., Dedham
  • Nobscot’s Cafe, 847 Edgell Rd., Framingham
  • Stop & Shop, 3900 Falmouth Rd., Marstons Mills
  • Main Street Variety, 335 Main St., Medford
  • Cumberland Farms, 105 Post Office Park, Wilbraham

The jackpot was estimated at $1.9 billion Monday, but was $2.04 billion Tuesday morning after updated calculations.

The numbers for the draw in Tallahassee, Florida, were: white balls 10, 33, 41, 47 and 56, and the red Powerball was 10.

The Multi-State Lottery Association says Monday night’s Powerball draw was postponed to Tuesday morning because a participating lottery had trouble processing the sale. The association said it was against its policy to say which lottery had the delay, but the Minnesota Lottery issued a statement saying it was caused by a delay in processing their sales verification system.

“The delay was necessary to confirm that the Powerball draw could be conducted safely and accurately,” Minnesota Lottery officials wrote in a statement. “At no point was the integrity of the process compromised.”

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