Michigan autoworkers claim Powerball jackpot
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - June 28, 2010 -- A group of Michigan autoworkers has claimed one of two winning tickets in last week's $96.9 million Powerball lottery.
The Ohio Lottery says most of the 14 winners work together in the paint shop at a Detroit Chrysler plant that makes the Dodge Viper.
The winners claimed their prize Tuesday in Toledo. The lone Ohio resident in the group bought the ticket at a carryout just outside Toledo.
All of the others are from the Detroit area.
The lottery says each of the 14 will get a lump-sum payment of $1.2 million.
The other winning ticket for the drawing was sold in Montana.
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