Man wins $four million Massachusetts lottery prize, plans to take care of mother
Matthew Spaulding is the primary fortunate winner in a brand new Massachusetts State Lottery sport.
The Rockland, Massachusetts, resident is the primary to declare the $four million prize within the state’s “100X” fast price ticket sport, which started in mid-June.
Spaulding claimed his prize this month, choosing the one-time cost of $2,600,000. He informed lottery officers he plans to use a portion of the winnings to care for his mother.
Four $four million prizes and 14 $1 million prizes stay within the “100X” sport, lottery officers stated.
The successful price ticket used to be bought at Route 18 Superstore, on Washington Street in Abington. The retailer will obtain a $40,000 bonus for Spaulding’s large win.
The odds of successful a $four million jackpot within the $10 sport are greater than five million to 1.
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