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    started a topic $26 million lottery ticket destroyed in laundry

    $26 million lottery ticket destroyed in laundry

    A $26 million lottery ticket was sold in Norwalk, California about six months ago. Regulars and workers at the gas station that sold the ticket believe it was accidentally destroyed in the wash by a woman whose coworker bought it for her.

    CBS Los Angeles spoke with a regular named Bobby Henley who says he ran into the unidentified woman. She had until Thursday to come forward and claim her prize.

    "Her clothes were washed and when she pulled it out, it was all crumpled up into little pieces and she said she frantically tried to put it back together, but she couldn't," Henley told CBS Los Angeles.

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/lottery...-million-wash/
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