SAN MATEO (CBS SF) — A lucky ticket holder in San Mateo matched all six numbers to win a $225 million Powerball jackpot that was drawn Wednesday night.

The California Lottery tweeted Wednesday night that someone in San Mateo matched all six numbers.

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According to lottery officials, the ticket was bought at the Key Market on South Norfolk Street, owned by Jack and Nancy Dehoff. The owners will receive $1 million for selling the winning ticket.

“Just excitement, really, kind of shocking,” Jack Dehoff said in front of the store Wednesday night.

When asked if they could use the $1 million, Jack said, “Very, very easily.”

“We’re happy and excited for them, whoever they are,” Nancy Dehoff said.

The winning numbers for Wednesday’s drawing are: 7, 14, 21, 24, 41, and the Powerball is 26.

Also on Wednesday, the lottery announced that someone won an $11 million Super Lotto jackpot at a store in Stockton.

The identities of Wednesday’s winners were not immediately known.

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Wednesday night’s Powerball winner joins two other Bay Area residents who have won massive jackpots in the past year. In February, a $425 million Powerball jackpot was won by a man who bought a ticket at a convenience store in Milpitas. Last December, a San Jose man won half of a Mega Millions jackpot worth $636 million.