Winning $400 million Powerball ticket sold in SC

The jackpot was the fifth largest U.S. lottery prize ever.

The jackpot was the fifth largest U.S. lottery prize ever. (9/19/13)

EDISON - The life of one South Carolina resident has changed forever after lottery officials say only one winning Powerball ticket was sold in last night's $400 million drawing.

The ticket was sold at the Murphy USA station in Lexington, SC.

The jackpot was the fourth largest U.S. lottery prize ever.

The numbers from last night were 7 10 22 32 35, and the Powerball was 19.

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