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Powerball ticket worth $1 million sold in China Grove

RALEIGH ó Someone is holding a Powerball ticket worth $1 million that was sold at Crossroad Market on Lentz Road in China Grove.
The ticket matched all five white balls in the Aug. 29 Powerball drawing. The ticket was Power Played, which increased the normal $200,000 prize to an automatic $1 million. The prize has yet to be claimed.
A total of 37,772 North Carolina Powerball players won prizes in the Saturday, Aug. 29 Powerball drawing ranging from $1 million to $3 for a total payout in prizes worth $1,289,625.
No one matched all five white balls plus the Powerball to win the jackpot, so the jackpot for the Wednesday, Sept. 2 Powerball drawing is $45 million.
In the Aug. 30 “Carolina Cash 5” drawing, two tickets matched all five numbers drawn to split the $50,000 top prize. The tickets, each worth $25,000, were sold at Cruizers on Highway 64 East in Apex and Food Lion on West Jake Alexander Boulevard in Salisbury.

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