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Powerball Ticket Worth $1 Million Sold In Bucks County

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LANGHORNE, Pa. -

Nobody hit the big jackpot in this weekend's big Powerball drawing, but someone who bought a ticket in Bucks County is $1 million richer!

That person bought a ticket for Saturday's drawing at the 7-Eleven located at 1205 E. Lincoln Highway in Langhorne, correctly matching all five white balls, 21-24-36-42-45, but not the red Powerball 15

That's good for a cool $1-million second-tier prize, less a 25-percent federal withholding.

This, of course, was before the Powerball jackpot rolled to $400 million, the third-highest level in game history, for the Wednesday night's drawing.

That estimated jackpot number could even climb over the next few days.

In case you were wondering, your chances of winning are one, in 175-million.

Two people in Florida and Texas did win $2 million in Saturday's drawing, and four other tickets worth $1 million were sold in California, Georgia, Michigan and Washington.

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