kpix-7-2013-masthead kcbs 7-2013-masthead


Winning Ticket For $425M Powerball Jackpot Sold At Milpitas Store

by Tim Fang
View Comments
(Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

(Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Get Breaking News First

Receive News, Politics, and Entertainment Headlines Each Morning.
Sign Up
Trending Stories On CBS SF

quake flash 082614 Winning Ticket For $425M Powerball Jackpot Sold At Milpitas StoreSome Bay Area Residents Report Mysterious Flashes In The Sky During Napa Quake

keyframe22 Winning Ticket For $425M Powerball Jackpot Sold At Milpitas StoreCaught On Camera: Concord Thief Uses Mystery Electronic Device To Break Into Car

454087234 8 Winning Ticket For $425M Powerball Jackpot Sold At Milpitas StoreStrong Magnitude 6.0 Earthquake Rocks San Francisco Bay Area, Dozens Hurt, Significant Damage In Napa

solar farm Winning Ticket For $425M Powerball Jackpot Sold At Milpitas StoreBirds Bursting Into Flames Above Solar Farm Stirs Calls To Slow Expansion

aftershocks Winning Ticket For $425M Powerball Jackpot Sold At Milpitas Store5 Aftershocks Hit Napa, Largest Quake Since Sunday’s 6.0 Earthquake

MILPITAS (CBS SF) – A winning ticket for Wednesday night’s estimated  $425 million Powerball lottery jackpot was sold at a gas station in Santa Clara County, according to lottery officials.

According to a statement from the California Lottery, the ticket was sold at Dixon Landing Chevron, located at 1551 California Circle in Milpitas.

The ticket matched the winning numbers of 17, 49, 54, 35, 1, and the Powerball number 34.

Officials said tickets that matched five numbers, except the Powerball number, were sold in Modesto and El Segundo in Los Angeles County.

Powerball officials said there are no other tickets that matched all the winning numbers. Along with the Golden State, Powerball is played in 42 other states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

The California Lottery said Dixon Landing Chevron will receive a $1 million bonus for selling the winning ticket.

Customers at the gas station Wednesday night were stunned that the winning ticket was sold there.

“Crazy! Could have been me,” Jocelyne Garcia, who works nearby told KPIX 5.

Lottery officials urged all winners to sign the back of their ticket in ink and claim their prize at the nearest district office.

Wednesday’s drawing comes two months after one of two winning tickets to a $636 million Mega Millions jackpot was sold at an East San Jose gift shop.

View Comments
blog comments powered by Disqus

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 53,845 other followers