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May 1, 2008
Warwick man claims $200,000 Powerball ticket
A Warwick man today claimed a $200,000-winning Powerball ticket that he bought at Parkway Convenience & Deli, 1154 Narragansett Parkway, Warwick.
The man, not identified by Rhode Island Lottery, "was unaware of the big win" until he returned to that same store yesterday evening to check his ticket, a lottery news release said.
It was the second $200,000-winning ticket from last Saturday's Powerball drawing. The other was claimed this week by co-workers at a Johnston-based company calling themselves the "FMG Fab Fourteen."
Check lottery numbers at powerball.com.
Posted by Mike McKinney at 4:42 PM | Permalink
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