Photo: Western Canada Lottery Corporation
A resident of the canadian city of Yellowknife maintains that granddaughter helped her to win the lottery 55 million canadian dollars (2.8 billion rubles). About it reports CTV News.
Laura Tutcho (Laura Tutcho) took part in the Lotto Max draw held on 1 may. She bought a lottery ticket, but forgot to check the game results have not yet talked with her granddaughter. “My granddaughter told me that someone from Yellowknife to have hit the jackpot — says the canadian. Then I went online and looked a winning combination.”
Tutko was shocked when she learned that her lottery ticket with the numbers 3-12-25-36-37-42-49 earned her the top prize. “I screamed, “Oh my God!” My grandchildren immediately ran up to me, and my grandson said, “Grandma, are you all right?”” — says the winner.
Canadian repeatedly checked the results, not believing his luck. “I did not cease to look on your ticket, the winning combination, she said. I am the granddaughter said, “Grandma, the numbers have not changed!””
Totco plans to spend the prize money to help his family.
Earlier it was reported that an employee of the supermarket from Canada bought a lottery ticket at the grocery store where he worked, and tore the largest jackpot in the history of the province of Quebec. He won 70 million canadian dollars (about 3.6 billion at current exchange rates).
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