MARION Ind. -- A Marion woman won $1 million on a Powerball ticket and she has her daughter's dream to thank for the numbers.
Rebecca T. of Marion has played the numbers11-21-31-41-59 with Powerball 9 a few times after her adult daughter had a dream of those numbers winning.
On the May 6 drawing, the dream came true and the numbers matched, except for the Powerball.
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"I always said we would hit one day," Rebecca said, via a news release. "Can't believe it actually happened."
The winning ticket was bought at the Speedway at 1227 N. Wabash Road in Marion.
Rebecca plans to share the money with family and build a tiny home.
The Powerball has an estimated jackpot of $204 million.
With an armful of personal items heading into our house, we should feel safe. The last thing we expect is armed robbers to take our stuff.
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