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August 01, 2016

Powerball ticket sold in Bucks County worth $2 million

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A Powerball ticket now worth $2 million was sold in Bucks County, according to Pennsylvania Lottery officials.

The ticket matched all five white balls drawn selected during Saturday's drawing. The winning numbers were 11-17-21-23-32.

However, it missed the red Powerball, 05, preventing the buyer from claiming a share of the $478 million jackpot.

Related: $487 million Powerball ticket bought in New Hampshire

The ticket was sold at Bound Beverages located at 308 Easton Road in Warrington.

Another local winner bought a ticket in Chester County.

That ticket, which was sold at a Sunoco located at 2200 Pottstown Pike in Pottstown, is worth $100,000.

Winners have one year to claim prizes and are encouraged to sign the back of the ticket before contacting lottery officials.