PUEBLO, Colo. (AP) — With a little little bit of luck and persistence, a Colorado person has strike the jackpot twice after taking part in the exact same quantities for 30 decades.
Colorado Lottery officials recognized “Joe B.” as the winner of two $1 million Powerball jackpots on March 25. He claimed the winnings on Friday, KUSA-Television reported.
The successful tickets were being marketed on Lake Avenue in Pueblo at two different retailers, about a mile aside, officers said.
“Joe B.” purchased a single ticket in the early morning and the other in the night, communications director Meghan Dougherty reported.
The Colorado Lottery been given acceptance before this month to procedure winning tickets well worth $10,000 or extra at a touch-absolutely free, travel-through claims business amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Winners should make an appointment to declare their prize, or do so by the mail.
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