• Pennsylvania woman wins $1M jackpot; it's not her first big win

    By: Bob D'Angelo, Cox Media Group National Content Desk


    Winning big jackpots is becoming old hat for a Pennsylvania woman.

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    Lottery officials confirmed that Peggy Dodson, 72, of Lancaster County, bought a winning $1 million lottery scratch-off ticket at Peterson’s Grocery Outlet, LancasterOnline reported.

    It’s not the first time Dodson has won. She won $100,000 on another scratch-off ticket in 2017 she bought at the same store, the website reported.

    Peggy Dodson won $1 million from a $20 scratch-off game.
    Pennsylvania Lottery


    Dodson told WGAL she saw something special about the $20 scratch-off that brought her a million.


    "So I bought this ticket, and I'm gonna tell you why. Because it's a real pretty shade of purple," Dodson told the television station. "And I like that color."


    It turned out to be the color of money.


    "When I scratched off the bar code and scanned it, I saw a whole bunch more zeroes," Dodson told WGAL, adding she plans to use the money to pay bills and take trips to the Grand Canyon and Alaska.


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