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MEDIA ALERT - $200,000 Powerball® Ticket Sold in Landrum
11/23/2009 9:58:26 AM

WHO: Powerball® players check your tickets! Someone bought a lucky ticket that is worth $200,000!

WHAT: Bi-Lo #85, 1750 Highway 14 E, in Landrum, sold the ticket that matched all five white ball numbers but missed the red Powerball® number. The winning white ball numbers were 7, 26, 36, 49 and 58. The red Powerball® number was 4 and the PowerPlay® multiplier selected was 5. The Powerball® jackpot was an estimated $32 million. One jackpot winning ticket was sold in Oklahoma. More than 20,000 ticket holders in South Carolina won prizes from $3 up to $200,000.

WHERE: The winning $200,000 ticket can be claimed at a South Carolina Education Lottery Claims Center located in Columbia, Greenville and Mt. Pleasant.

The next Powerball® drawing will be held Wednesday night at 10:59. The estimated jackpot is $20 million. Update: The winning ticket holder has claimed the prize. He is from Landrum and asked that his name not be publicized.

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