April Lee of Boomer said a lucky feeling led her to a $1 million lottery prize.
All other lottery offices in the state are operating on their normal schedules.
Due to adverse weather conditions in New Hanover County, the Wilmington regional office and claims center of the N.C. Education Lottery will remain closed on Wednesday, Sept. 19.
Orlando Jones of Nashville said he drove around a scratch-off ticket worth $100,000 for four days without even realizing it.
Both offer exciting, life-changing jackpots this week with Mega Million cruising past $250 million and Powerball now over $150 million.
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