The winner of a $2.3 million Powerball lottery ticket came by the Almaden Expressway store on Sunday, but his name has not been disclosed. The 7-Eleven officials called him a "regular." Bob Redell reports.
A South Bay convenience store has sold one of the second place tickets in this weekend's Powerball lottery.
That ticket sold at the 7-Eleven at 2440 Almaden Expressway in San Jose matched all five of the regular numbers: 10-13-14-22-52, but failed to pick the needed sixth winning number of 11. The winner came by the store on Sunday, but his name has not been disclosed. The 7-Eleven officials called him a "regular."
Customer Mike Camara said he saw the unnamed winner fill out a claims form and was "speechless."
That means, instead of winning $590 million, that person only walks away with $2.3 million. (Hey, there could be worse things in life. )
The lottery gives you 180 days to claim your prize. Make sure you sign your winning ticket. Tickets can be redeemed at lotto offices in Hayward and south San Francisco. Another second place ticket was sold in Kern County.