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Lottery Ticket Bought in San Francisco Wins $1 Million

Written by The Standard StaffPublished Nov. 08, 2022 • 11:08am
The San Francisco skyline, as seen from Bernal Heights park on Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2022 | Michaela Vatcheva for The Standard

A California Lottery ticket sold in San Francisco has won $1 million dollars, officials said Tuesday.

It comes as the lottery announced its first ever billionaire from a Powerball ticket sold in Los Angeles County. The ticket sold in San Francisco matched 5 numbers, reports ABC7.

"This means #CALottery has made its FIRST EVER billionaire," the California Lottery said in a tweet.

The winning Powerball ticket matched all six numbers and nets the lucky winner $2.04 billion.

ABC7 reports that the winning San Francisco ticket was purchased from a convenience store at 1001 Castro Street.

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