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Just One Winning Ticket Sold For $400M Powerball Jackpot

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Unless you bought your Powerball ticket in South Carolina, you missed out on Wednesday night's $400-million jackpot.

One ticket matched all six numbers for the massive payout.

Lottery officials say it was sold in Lexington. And it means someone is holding a winner for the fourth largest lottery prize in U.S. history.

Here are the numbers: 7-10-22-32-35, and the Powerball is 19.

The odds of matching those numbers? That's 1 in 175 million.

Someone in Pennsylvania was one of three people nationwide to match the five numbers and pay one extra dollar for the Power Play option, earning that ticket-holder a $2-million prize.

And one person each in New Jersey and Pennsylvania were among the $1-million prize-winners.

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