2014-11-17 09:47:35.507

Dallas Woman Claims $202.6 Million Ticket Sold in St. Louis

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A Dallas, Texas, woman has claimed the Missouri Lottery’s fifth-largest jackpot prize worth $202.6 million. Marilyn Boldon bought her winning Powerball ticket for the Nov. 8 drawing at Gateway Newstands, 1820 Market St. in St. Louis, within Union Station.

“Missouri has had the second most winners of all the Powerball members with a total of 30,” said May Scheve Reardon, executive director of the Missouri Lottery. “These 30 jackpots add up to more than $2.16 billion, which also means our Powerball winners alone have contributed an estimated $50 million to Missouri state taxes.”

Reardon said Powerball sales in Missouri during this last jackpot run were more than $9.1 million, and approximately $3.6 million of those sales will be turned over to Missouri public education as proceeds.

In addition to Boldon’s prize, Gateway Newstands will receive a bonus of $50,000 for selling the winning jackpot ticket.

The winning numbers from the Nov. 8 drawing were:  9, 19, 33, 38 and 54 and the Powerball number was 15.

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