Million dollar winner in Okla. but no jackpot

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Powerball officials confirmed that there are two winning tickets in the second-biggest lottery in history sold in Arizona and Missouri.

Oklahoma didn’t win the jackpot but a $1 million winning ticket was sold Thursday in Collinsville. 

Rollo Redburn, Oklahoma Lottery Executive Commissioner, said Oklahoma’s winning ticket was one of 58 across the county. 

The ticket had all five numbers but didn’t have the Powerball number. 

The two winning tickets from Missouri and Arizona will split the $587.5 million jackpot. 

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