Ormond Beach woman is $ 2 million richer today than she was before she stopped at a local gas station to get $ 10 Gold Rush scratcher.
Kathleen Moore, 44, chose her top prize prizes of $ 2 million as a lump sum payment of $ 1,405,000 at the Florida Lottery headquarters in Tallahassee.
Moore bought his golden ticket at the RaceTrac, 1510 Ridgewood Ave., in Daytona Beach. The store will receive a $ 4,000 commission.
The scratch of the Classic Gold Rush was launched in mid-January, offering prizes over $ 246.8 million, including 10 highest prizes of $ 2 million. The overall margins of winning the Gold Rush game are 1 out of 3.49. 1 out of 3.4 million is the best prize.
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