BORDENTOWN, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Workers at a store in Burlington County, New Jersey, were thrust into a big spotlight late Sunday, as they just heard from a man who told them he is holding the winning ticket for the $338.3 million Powerball drawing.
As CBS 2’s Dave Carlin reported, Lottery officials have not yet officially confirmed where the winning ticket was sold. They planned to reveal that on Monday.READ MORE: Hit-And-Run Driver Slams Into Married Couple Leaving Suffern Christmas Parade
But CBS 2 was told by a clerk at Love’s Travel Stop, at 2008 U.S. 206 in Bordentown, N.J., that it was a truck driver who walked in and bought the ticket, before getting back in his big rig and heading off to Delaware.READ MORE: 'Trees For Troops' Spreads Holiday Cheer To Brave Americans Stationed Overseas
Carlin talked with a clerk at the store in Bordentown, which is located in Burlington County had has a population of less than 4,000.
“He sounded very excited. It feels good because, you know, since a person won from our store, and it definitely did change their life, and everything else, you know? Now he’s probably going to retire,” she said.
Lottery officials said the $338.3 million jackpot was the fourth largest in Powerball history.MORE NEWS: New Jersey Rep. Josh Gottheimer To Introduce Legislation Addressing Broken Supply Chain
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