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$10,000 PowerBallŪ Winner
Two Recent $10,000 PowerBallŪ Tickets Remain Unclaimed

October 2, 2014

$10,000 PowerBall® Winner
Two Recent $10,000 PowerBall® Tickets Remain Unclaimed

A woman from Riverside has claimed a $10,000 PowerBall® ticket sold in Rhode Island in last night's drawing.  The ticket matched four numbers and the PowerBall® number.  The standard payout for this type of win is $10,000.  She did not purchase the Power Play® feature for an additional dollar on the wager.  If she had opted for Power Play®, the $10,000 prize would have been multiplied by 2, last night’s Power Play® number, to equal $20,000.  The winning ticket was purchased at Petro Plus, 2851 Pawtucket Ave., Riverside.

Additionally, two other recent $10,000 winning PowerBall® tickets remain unclaimed.  One was purchased at Quickets, 285 George Washington Hwy, Smithfield for the September 13 drawing and the other $10,000 PowerBall® ticket was purchased at Stop & Shop, 90 Frenchtown Rd., North Kingstown for the September 24 drawing.

Saturday's estimated PowerBall® jackpot is $60 million.


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