Winning ticket matches $3.5 million jackpot
Hoosier Lotto ticket sold in Corydon
Last Updated: 67 days ago
INDIANAPOLIS - Someone is about to be $3.5 million richer.
The Hoosier Lottery said early Sunday that the $3.5 million Hoosier Lotto jackpot was struck, with the winning ticket sold in Corydon.
The winning ticket was bought at a BP station at 5530 Highway 135 South West, lottery officials said.
The ticket matched all six numbers from the Saturday night drawing. The numbers were 2-9-11-15-22-40.
A Powerball ticket sold in Indiana also netted a $1 million prize. That ticket, purchased at Raceco at 4502 Indianapolis Blvd. in East Chicago, matched the numbers 11-12-17-39-40.
The Powerball was 5, but the ticket sold in Indiana did not match that number.
Prizes worth $50,000 or more must be claimed at Hoosier Lottery headquarters in Indianapolis.
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