A ticket worth $1 million was sold at a Turkey Hill in Lancaster city for Wednesday’s record Powerball drawing.
The ticket sold at the Turkey Hill at 5 W. Clay St. correctly matched five of the white balls in the Powerball drawing whose jackpot reached $1.6 billion.
Two other tickets sold in Pennsylvania for the Powerball drawing matched the five white numbers for the $1 million prize. Those tickets were sold at a Landhope Farms store in Kennett Square and a Topstar Express in Bethlehem.
A state lottery official said no one has yet come forward to claim the $1 million prizes.
The retailers who sold the tickets will receive a $10,000 bonus.