Winning ticket for $60M Powerball game sold in Arizona

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Check those Powerball tickets, Arizona, because yours could be worth a $60 million jackpot.

Lori Black owner of the Beaver Dam Lodge, in a drawing in September 2012, sold a million dollar winning lottery ticket just one month after beginning her Arizona Lottery sales.

Husfeldt bought his winning Powerball ticket at Express Lane, 308 E. Grant Highway in Marengo, according to a news release.

Results of the Saturday night drawing include lucky white ball numbers 09, 32, 36, 44 and 65 with a Powerball number of 01 and a Powerplay number of 03.

"They can either take the advertised jackpot amount of $60 million over a 30-year annuity, or they can take the cash lump sum of $36.4 million", Arizona Lottery spokeswoman Nikki O'Shea said.

Arizona Lottery spokeswoman Nikki O'Shea says the victor has 180 days to claim the prize.

There were 481,396 additional players in Saturday's drawing who won prizes totaling more than $4.7 million, including a $1 million victor in Florida. And Scenic General Store won, too.

The winning ticket was purchased at the Scenic General Store on Scenic Boulevard in the small northern Arizona town near the state borders of Nevada and Utah - about a 38-mile drive from St. George.

"Arizona hasn't seen a Powerball jackpot victor since 2012, so we're definitely excited about this one", O'Shea said.