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$1M Mega Millions Winning Ticket Bought in Berlin

Six NJ union electricians split the $1 million prize

Frank Marolda, representing the Bridge Six Group. Courtesy: NJ Lottery Facebook page
Frank Marolda, representing the Bridge Six Group. Courtesy: NJ Lottery Facebook page

A $1 million winning Mega Millions ticket bought in Berlin is giving six union electricians the jackpot of their dreams.

The six electricians are splitting the $1 million Mega Millions prize, state lottery officials announced, according to a story posted on nj.com.

The group cashed in a ticket bought at Gibby's Village Tobacco in Berlin, Camden County, for the Dec. 13 drawing.

The men, whose most recent job involved upgrading a bridge in Paulsboro, Gloucester County, purchased 120 tickets for that day's drawing.

They learned they were winners the following day. After finding out where the $1 million ticket was sold, one of the men went through the Ziploc bag where they held the tickets and discovered that one matched five numbers.

To read the entire story, click on link above.

Dawn January 07, 2014 at 10:42 AM
Congratulations!!!!

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