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Maryland’s newest Powerball millionaire weeps with joy sharing news with family members

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BALTIMORE, MD—A Maryland woman has won $1 million in Powerball, the lottery officials announced this week. The woman, who is a self-employed trainer, said that she buys tickets once a week, and usually selects the Powerball and Mega Millions games.

According to the Maryland Lottery, the Howard County resident called her nephew on April 3 after seeing a Powerball ticket with a $1 million jackpot. The woman said that she didn’t expect anything after scanning the tickets, but was happy to see the message instructing her to take the ticket to a Maryland Lottery retailer.

The woman went to the Royal Farms located at at 7136 Montevideo Road in Jessup where she bought the ticket and said aloud, “I just won a million dollars.”

When her trembling hands allowed, she called her husband and children via FaceTime to share the news. “When they answered the call they were worried – I didn’t even realize that I was crying.”

Maryland’s newest millionaire plans to erase business debt, buy a new car, fortify her retirement fund and share her good fortune with the family.

“This is an amazing blessing, almost too much to believe.”

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

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