Tallahassee, Florida -- The lucky Seminole resident who bought a winning Powerball ticket in Pinellas Park has finally come forward to claim his $1 million prize in Saturday's drawing.
Dressed in his Chive Bill Murray T-shirt, 41-year-old Steven Vaughan told lottery officials he was ecstatic to learn he matched 5-out-of-5 winning numbers to win the million dollar prize.
Vaughan's winning Quick Pick ticket was purchased at Park 74 Sunoco, located at 7091 Park Boulevard. The station will also get a $1,000 bonus commission for selling the winning ticket.
"Now that Florida's two $1 million Powerball winners have claimed their prizes, the Florida Lottery is looking forward to awarding the jackpot prize - the largest, single-winning ticket in Lottery history," said Secretary Cynthia O'Connell.
There's still no word on who won that nearly $600 million Powerball jackpot. The ticket was sold at a Publix Supermarket in Zephyrhills.
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