Photo courtesy of the Virginia Lottery
A Woodbridge resident has become a Virginia Lottery winner.
Jacquelyn Lombos recently won $1 million after purchasing a Millionaire Maker ticket.
Lombos, who was traveling to Hampton Roads with a friend, bought it when she was getting gas at a Fas Mart in Henrico County.
The two friends scratched the ticket and realized that it was a winner, according to a release from the Virginia Lottery.
“He looked at it, and I looked at it,” Lombos said in a release. “We asked, ‘Is this for real? Are we missing something?’”
They brought it back into the Fas Mart and Lombos was able to choose between $1 million throughout 30 years or $601,684 in cash prior to taxes.
The health care worker and adjunct professor picked the cash, which she plan to use on her family.
Players have a 1 in 244,800 chance of winning the top prize, and a 1 in 2.78 possibility of winning a prize, which can be between $30 and $1 million.
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