One $1 million Powerball ticket sold in Oklahoma

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OKLAHOMA —  The $1.5 billion Powerball jackpot — the largest lottery prize in history — will be split at least three ways.

The winning tickets were sold in Chino Hills, California; Munford, Tennessee; and in Melbourne Beach, Florida, according to state lottery officials.

There are also a few Oklahomans who won smaller – yet large – sums of cash from the Powerball lottery.

One Oklahoman was able to match five of the white balls, winning $1,000,000.

Officials with the Oklahoma Lottery Commission tell KFOR the lucky winner purchased the ticket from a Quick Trip in Tulsa.

Three Oklahomans matched four white balls and the Powerball, winning $50,000 a piece.

Four other Oklahomans also matched four white balls and the Powerball, but took a chance on the Power Play, and won $100,000 a piece.

Oklahoma Powerball Winners, Oklahoma Lottery

Oklahoma Powerball Winners, Oklahoma Lottery

The winning numbers were 08, 27, 34, 04 and 19, and the Powerball was 10.

The odds of winning the record jackpot were 1 in 292 million.


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