PowerBall winner for North CarolinaTuesday February 9th 2010
The draw on Saturday saw many US states participating in the multi state PowerBall lottery for the very first time. Many of the states that had chosen to take advantage of the option to cross sell tickets for both multi state lottery games saw their first PowerBall draw on Saturday and it proved to be more exciting that anticipated, given the fact that there was a massive estimated $140 million jackpot up for grabs and we can reveal a PowerBall winner for North Carolina came from this draw.
The winning lottery numbers for this PowerBall draw were 14, 22, 52, 54, 59 and the PowerBall was 4. The winning lottery ticket for this jackpot is worth a staggering $141.4 million and the winning ticket was purchased from Wilco Hess convenience store in Asheville. As far as we are aware the lucky winner of the PowerBall has not yet come forward, but if you usually buy lottery tickets from the store in question, then now might be a good time to dig them out and check them if you purchased some for the draw on Saturday night.
North Carolina first established a lottery in May 2006 and since then has produced 3 winners from the PowerBall. If the current lottery winner opts to take a lump some, they can expect to walk away with a whopping check for $69.6 million after federal taxes have been deducted.
The next PowerBall draw now sees a jackpot of $20 million and the MegaMillions not far ahead at $32 million.