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Jackson Heights Store Sells $500K Winning Lottery Ticket

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March 18, 2020 Staff Report

There will be no financial struggles for one Queens resident during the pandemic.

The New York Lottery announced that a winning Pick 10 ticket worth $500,000 was bought at a store in Jackson Heights.

The ticket, drawn March 16, was purchased at Hanu NY Inc., located at 87-03 Northern Blvd. The winner who has not been identified has a year to claim the prize.

A Pick 10 drawing takes place every night at around 8:30 p.m. The winning 10 numbers are drawn from a field of one to 80.

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