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College Student Wins $1M In VA Lottery Game

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YORKTOWN, Va. (AP) - A student at Thomas Nelson Community College has won $1 million in a Virginia Lottery scratch-off game.
   
Lottery officials say Jazlyn Leak of Yorktown took the top prize in the $70 Million Payout Spectacular Game.
   
Media outlets report she bought the ticket at a Kroger in Yorktown. Leak took the one-time cash option of $642,000 before taxes.
   
The store received a $10,000 bonus for selling the ticket.
   
Leak says she isn't sure yet what she'll do with her winnings.

 

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