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Powerball ticket worth $221.7M sold in Indiana

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Hoosier Lottery officials now say a Powerball ticket sold at a convenience store in the southern Indiana city of Clarksville is worth $221.7 million.

The jackpot for the Wednesday night’s drawing initially was estimated at $218 million.

Hoosier Lottery Executive Director Kathryn Densborn said at a news conference Thursday that the winner can take a 30-year annuity worth $221.7 million or a lump sum cash payment of $111.7 million.

A Hoosier Lottery spokeswoman confirmed the ticket was sold at a Circle K store in Clarksville, located across the Ohio River from Louisville, Ky.

The winning ticket matched all six of the Powerball numbers drawn Wednesday night. Those numbers were 10, 18, 41, 55, 56 and the Powerball, 15.


Hoosier Lottery: www.hoosierlottery.com

Multi-State Lottery Association: www.powerball.com

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