Thursday, October 17, 2013
ATLANTA – A Quitman grocery store has sold a winning Mega Millions ticket worth a quarter of a million dollars. Johnson Grocery #0002, 1010 N. Washington St. in Quitman, sold a winning Quik Pik ticket worth $250,000 that matched the first five winning numbers from the Sept. 24 Mega Millions drawing.
The winner, Wyatt Haney of Quitman, claimed his prize Oct. 11 at the Georgia Lottery District Office in Tifton.
Winning numbers from the Sept. 24 Mega Millions drawing were: 4-11-32-39-40 and the Mega Ball was 33.
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