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Two California tickets reap $2.3 million each in Powerball lottery

May 18, 2013|By Christopher Goffard
  • A sign at a store advertises the Powerball Lottery in Oklahoma City.
A sign at a store advertises the Powerball Lottery in Oklahoma City. (Sue Ogrocki / AP )

Only one lottery ticket — sold in Florida — managed to nail all six numbers in tonight's $600 million Powerball jackpot.

But two California players who guessed five of the six numbers will each win $2.3 million, lottery officials said.

The winning California tickets were sold at 7-Elevens in Taft and in San Jose, said California Lottery spokesperson Donna Cordova.

The winning numbers were 10, 13, 14, 22, 52 and Powerball 11.

The lottery involves 43 states, the Virgin Islands and the District of Columbia.

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Twitter: @LATChrisGoffard

christopher.goffard@latimes.com

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