Beaver County store sells $1 million winning Powerball ticket
A Beaver County supermarket sold a winning $1 million lottery ticket Dec. 22, the Pennsylvania Lottery reported.
An unidentified person bought the winning Powerball ticket at a Giant Eagle store in Economy. It correctly matched all five white balls — 01-18-35-39-44 — in the drawing, but not the red Powerball, 11. The winner has one year to collect the prize.
Giant Eagle will get $5,000 for selling the winning ticket.
Another winning $1 million ticket was sold in Schuylkill County in the same drawing.
Tom Fontaine is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. He can be reached at 412-320-7847 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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