Sunday, March 04, 2001

Winning Lotto ticket sold in Sharonville

The Associated Press

        One winning ticket was sold in Sharonville for Saturday night's Super Lotto Plus game. The only other winning ticket was sold in Xenia.

        State lottery officials said the winning tickets were sold at an AmeriStop Food Mart in Sharonville, and at North End Marathon in Xenia. Each winning ticket is worth a lump sum of $2,539,234 before taxes, which is an equal share of $5,078,468, or the amount the lottery would have invested to pay the $12 million Super Lotto Plus jackpot in annual installments over 30 years.

        Clerks at the AmeriStop said they were not aware that a winning ticket had been sold there.

        The winning numbers were: 15-23-30-31-35-36-27.


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