$50,000 lottery ticket sold in Rome

July 11, 2019--7:33 a.m.


Four winning tickets worth $50,000 each were sold in the July 6 Powerball drawing, one of them was purchased in Rome.

Winning numbers for the July 6 drawing were: 4-8-23-46-65 and the Powerball was 1.

Each ticket matched the first four winning numbers and the Powerball.

The ticket sold in Rome was purchased at U.S. Food Mart on Alabama Highway.

The other tickets were sold in Conyers, Decatur, and Powder Springs.

The winners have not come forward to claim the prizes yet.

Powerball winners in Georgia have 180 days from the draw date to claim prizes.

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