$1 million Powerball ticket sold at Dearborn CVS Pharmacy

By Sandra Ali, Local 4 Reporter, Anchor, @SandraAliTV, sali@wdiv.com
Published On: Nov 29 2012 04:08:31 PM EST
Updated On: Nov 29 2012 04:12:10 PM EST

The Michigan Lottery confirmed the ticket is worth $1 million. It's not the $580 million jackpot, but $1 million is still a nice little prize.

DEARBORN, Mich. -

Dearborn CVS sells winning lottery ticket Everyone at the CVS Pharmacy on Ford Road at Bingham Street in Dearborn was excited Thursday because someone bought a lottery ticket at the store which matched five of the numbers drawn for Wednesday night's Powerball jackpot.

The Michigan Lottery confirmed the ticket is worth $1 million. It's not the $580 million jackpot, but $1 million is still a nice little prize. It's enough to put the Dearborn store on the map.

Related: More than 300,000 Michiganders win prizes in record Powerball drawing

"I'm so happy it's someone in Michigan because I heard that someone in Arizona and Missouri won and I just found out someone here won," said Amina Dabaja, who shops at the CVS. "I'm so happy. I'm going to try to buy my lotto ticket next time from here."

Whoever bought the ticket on Wednesday still has not come forward to claim the prize. Local 4 will let you know when or if they do.

Related: 2 Powerball tickets worth $1M each sold in Michigan

Winning CVS Dearborn
The CVS Pharmacy is at Ford Road and Bingham Street in Dearborn.

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