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East Lawton store sells $1 million Powerball ticket

LAWTON, Okla_What would you do with a million dollars? If you bought your Powerball lottery ticket in Lawton in the last few days you may get to answer that question.

The biggest question for now is who won?

Oklahoma lottery officials wouldn't talk with us until it's official and they advised the employees of the Eastside 66 not to either but there was only one ticket sold in Oklahoma that will pay out $1 million.

Somebody played, somebody won, but we don't know who, but we do know where, the Phillips 66 on Highway 7 on Lawton's eastside. So if you stopped in to the Eastside 66 in the last few days to get some gas or grab a bite to eat and you bought a lottery ticket you better check your numbers.

The winning numbers 3, 7, 11, 15 and 28. Check your tickets.

By the way the Eastside 66 might be the place to play, last month somebody bought a $40,000 winner here as well.

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