JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Another winning ticket has been sold in Jacksonville, according to the Florida Lottery.
The Fantasy 5 ticket was purchased at Northside Food Store, marking the second time this year a winning ticket was sold at a business on Dunn Avenue.
The winning numbers were 20, 25, 26, 27, and 28.
Lottery officials say at this time nobody has come forward to claim the nearly $60,000 prize.
The latest winner joins a growing list of Jacksonville residents who have won big this year.
According to the Florida Lottery, in January a Jacksonville resident won $1 million on a POWERBALL drawing.
In March, Krisunta Tu, 39, turned $20 into a $5 million top prize when she bought a 200X THE CASH scratch-off at the G&K Food Store on Normandy Blvd.
That same month, Linda Dargel claimed a $500,000 top prize from the new PAY ME! Scratch-Off game, according to a release. Her winning ticket was purchased from a Circle K on Beach Boulevard.
In April, a 59-year-old Jacksonville woman won $1 million on the same game when she purchased her ticket at Prime Time Food Store on Dunn Avenue.
Mary Johns, 60, of Middleburg woman won $1 million on a Billion Dollar Gold Rush Supreme Scratch-Off.
In May, Curtis Fuller, 38, spent $5 for the 50X THE CASH scratch-off game and won the $1 million top prize. The Florida Lottery said he bought the winning ticket at the Daily’s located on Duval Station Road.
He chose to take home the one-time lump sum payment of $890,000.
“My wife’s car broke down a few days ago and two days after that my truck broke down. In addition to buying a new house, this money will help us purchase two new vehicles,” Fuller said.
Last week Clay Tousey, 69, of Ponte Vedra Beach, came forward as the trustee of a winning $286 million POWERBALL that was purchased at a Circle K on Chaffee Road on June 5.
The Love You More Trust, which is now Florida’s 16th Powerball winner, chose to receive the winnings in a one-time, lump-sum payment of $196,706,252.17.
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