Virginia Powerball ticket wins $1 million

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VIRGINIA – The lucky winner of the $700 million Powerball jackpot may live in Massachusetts, but there were a few Virginia winners who walked away with a nice addition to their bank accounts.

According to the Virginia Lottery, 245,185 tickets won prizes, including one ticket that won $1 million. The million-dollar winning ticket was bought at Parkway Express, 8105 Loisdale Road in Lorton. It matched the first five numbers, mission only the Powerball number.

In addition to the $1 million winning ticket, four tickets each won $200,000 in the August 23 drawing using Power Play. They were bought at:

  • Frank’s Trucking Center, I4717 West Military Highway, Chesapeake
  • Braden’s Market, 1800 East Main Street, Radford
  • Kroger, 109 Lew Dewitt Boulevard, Waynesboro
  • Wawa, 150 Pike View Drive, Midlothian

Seven tickets each won $50,000 by matching four of the first five numbers plus the Powerball number. They were bought at:

  • Parham Pit Stop, 807 East Parham Road, Richmond
  • 7-Eleven, 81 Beach Road, Hampton
  • Fas Mart, 4454 John Tyler Highway, Williamsburg
  • Super Giant, 5581 Merchants View Square, Haymarket
  • Prime Mart, 45665 West Church Road #101, Sterling
  • Raceway, 6825 Hull Street Road, Richmond
  • Food Lion, 14641-14643 Jefferson Drive, Woodbridge

Virginia Powerball tickets in Virginia generated an estimated $16.8 million in profits, all of which will go to K-12 education due to Virginia Law.

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