PHOENIX — A visit to a Phoenix gas station over the weekend turned into $2 million for someone who hit the Arizona Lottery Powerball.
Lottery officials said Tuesday that the winning ticket was bought at the Chevron station near 48th Street and Broadway Road in Phoenix.
All five white balls matched up — numbers 11, 23, 42, 52 and 68. The Power Play option doubled the prize. The red ball came up No. 6.
The winner (or winners) have 180 days from the date of the draw to collect their money.
Gregg Edgar, executive director of the state lottery said in a statement it was the ninth ticket worth at least $1 million sold in the state this year.
In January, there were a pair of million-dollar winning tickets sold in the state.
Those tickets were purchased at a Fastrip Food Store in Bullhead City.
The jackpot for Wednesday’s drawing was estimated at $116 million.
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