A Pennsylvania Lottery ticket sold at a gas station in Delaware County hit for $225,000 on Friday, lottery officials said.
The Cash 5 ticket, which was sold at a Broomall BP on the 2000 block of West Chester Pike, hit on all five balls — 04-07-20-26-29 — to win the jackpot.
Of course, 25 percent of the jackpot is federally deducted.
The gas station, which is located roughly 23 miles outside of Philadelphia, will receive a $500 bonus.
Winners have one year to claim the prize, and their identities will not be revealed until the ticket is validated.
Lottery officials suggest winners sign the back of the ticket and call 717-702-8146 to file a claim Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
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