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More Lotto Winners In Lehigh, Bucks, Montgomery Counties

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The jackpot-winning Powerball ticket may have come from North Jersey, but some smaller prizes belong to Pennsylvania residents.

The Pennsylvania Lottery announced Monday that two tickets worth $1 million were sold in Lehigh and Montgomery counties. One was purchased at a Hess Express in Orefield, while the other was bought at a 7-Eleven in Horsham.

Also, a Mega Millions winning ticket was sold at Bensalem Beer & Soda in Bucks County for a prize worth $250,000.

More than 191,000 other Powerball players and 12,000 Mega Millions players also won prizes in the recent drawings.

Winners can file claims at the Lottery headquarters in Middletown, Pennsylvania, or at any one of the Lottery's seven area offices.

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