Pennsylvania lottery

Someone who played the lottery at a West Earl Township gas station Monday gets to split a $1.4 million prize.

The Pennsylvania Lottery announced in a news release Tuesday that two winning tickets get to claim a $700,000 prize after splitting the Cash 5 jackpot. 

One ticket was purchased at Sheetz, 4179 Oregon Pike. The other was bought at a GetGo Gas Station in Westmoreland County.

The winning tickets matched all five balls drawn: 03-10-18-34-39, according to the lottery. The winners are unknown until their prizes are claimed and tickets validated.

More than 75,000 other Cash 5 tickets also won prizes, according to the release. 

"Players should check every ticket, every time, and claim lower-tier prizes at a Lottery retailer," the release said.

The gas stations that sold the tickets get a $5,000 selling bonus.

Changes of winning the jackpot prize are 1 in 962,598, according to the lottery.

In May, a Lancaster County woman won a $1 million prize from a scratch-off ticket at Peterson's Grocery Outlet in Peach Bottom.