How man's broken hip led to him winning major lotto prize

How man's broken hip led to him winning major lotto prize

He was rushed to the hospital with a broken hip and no lottery ticket.

It was a lucky break for a man who fell and broke his hip while walking to buy a Mega Millions ticket: his injury landed him in a hospital where he won the staff's lottery pool.

He was taken to Jefferson Stratford Hospital for treatment.

Hoping to strike some luck, Earl Livingston, of Blackwood, New Jersey, headed to a nearby convenience store to buy a ticket for the $1.537 billion Mega Millions drawing. She won $1 million.

Only one ticket matched all six numbers in the Mega Million drawing on Tuesday night.

Livingston's nieces say their uncle is thrilled and filled with gratitude.

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"And then the staff came into the room and they were saying congratulations and I was like, "Wow, he really did win".

Powerball has climbed since the last winning ticket took home the jackpot in NY in August.

"We've been going through the drought and things are a bit tough at the moment ... we've been hanging in there", he said.

The parent turned out to be one of 10 division one winning entries across Australia in a Lotto draw, taking home a cool $408,233.51.

States receive a percentage of lottery ticket sales and use the money to support public schools or to meet other needs.

"I still feel the same way", she said.

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