In Genesee County Michigan, a 65-year-old grandmother was in a Marathon gas station when she overheard another customer complaining about how they had just bought a few $500 Fever Scratch Off lottery tickets and didn't win a thing. So she said, "When I got to the counter, I asked the clerk to give me the next ticket on the roll." She immediately scratched off the ticket and won $500,000 on the spot. She said she was hesitant at first adding, "I knew what I was seeing but I didn't want to get too excited until I called the Lottery and confirmed." The jackpot will allow her to retire and make investments. (UPI)
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