A winning Powerball lottery ticket that hit a $400 million jackpot was sold in California, according to lottery officials.
The ticket was purchased at a gas station in Milpitas, California, located in the Bay Area. It successfully matched the numbers 17, 49, 54, 35, 1 and the Powerball number 34.
Dixon Landing Chevron, the gas station, will receive a $1 million bonus for selling the winning ticket, officials said.
A tweet from the California Lottery Twitter account claimed that the ticket was the only jackpot winner sold.
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The South Bay is no stranger to selling jackpot-winning lottery tickets.
In December, a small San Jose gift shop sold a $324 million Mega Millions ticket. It was one of two big tickets. The other was sold in Georgia.
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