February 12, 2015
Two winning Powerball tickets from Wednesday night's record-high drawing were purchased in Pennsylvania -- one, worth $1 million, was sold in Glen Mills, Delaware County, the other, valued at $2 million, was sold in Lycoming County.
The Pennsylvania winning tickets correctly matched all five white balls drawn, 11-13-25-39-54, but not the red Powerball 19 to win the jackpot, The Morning Call reported.
The Delaware County $1 million ticket was sold at Domestic & Imported Beverage, 485 Baltimore Pike, Glen Mills, which will received a $5,000 bonus for selling a winning ticket.
The Lycoming County winning ticket was sold at Unity Food Mart in Muncy, where the retailer will earn a $10,000 selling bonus.
The Pennsylvania winning tickets correctly matched all five white balls drawn, 11-13-25-39-54, but not the red Powerball 19 to win the jackpot.
Wednesday’s drawing also resulted in three lucky Powerball jackpot winners, in North Carolina, Texas and Puerto Rico. They will split the estimated $564.1 million jackpot, which was the third-largest annuity prize and second-largest cash prize in the game’s history.
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