Baltimore woman wins $1 million Powerball prize after buying ticket on York Road

BALTIMORE, MD—Maryland has a new lottery millionaire. A retired law enforcement employee from Baltimore won $1 million after buying a Powerball ticket. The woman purchased the winning ticket after stopping to buy a scratch-off ticket as a gift for an upcoming birthday.

The woman went to the Royal Farms store located at 7204 York Road to buy a ticket as a gift.  She said that she decided to buy a Powerball ticket for herself because she didn’t want to worry about how to get change from the Maryland Lottery vending machine.

“The drawing date was the same as the birthday,” she said, “So I decided to add a Powerball ticket to the scratch-off gift.”

The woman ended up buying a Powerball ticket, and she was shocked when she saw the results. The “gift” scratch-off ticket ended up winning $7 and her own Powerball ticket won $1 million.

The woman plans to pay her bills, remodel her home, and share her good fortune with her family and others. She has also said that she plans to donate to some charitable causes.

This article was written with the assistance of AI and reviewed by a human editor.

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