Million-dollar Powerball ticket sold at New Jersey convenience store

Even though yesterday's winning Powerball ticket was not sold in New Jersey, at least one person in the Garden State is celebrating. Convenience Express, a

Convenience Express, a store in North Bergen, sold a $1 million dollar ticket.

Convenience Express, a store in North Bergen, sold a $1 million dollar ticket. (9/19/13)

NORTH BERGEN - Even though yesterday's winning Powerball ticket was not sold in New Jersey, at least one person in the Garden State is celebrating.

Convenience Express, a store in North Bergen, sold a $1 million ticket. The store will get a small portion of the prize.

In order to win the $1 million prize in yesterday's drawing, the winner correctly matched the five regular numbers, but not the Powerball.

The Garden State winner has yet to come forward.

The winning Powerball ticket from yesterday's $400 million jackpot was sold in South Carolina.
 

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