Stephen C. Toto of Framingham, Massachusetts, won the lottery for the second time and collected a $1 million prize, according to the Massachusetts State Lottery.
Toto bought his ticket for $30 at an A-1 Gulf gas station in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “The Fastest Road to $1 Million” instant ticket game, according to the Massachusetts State Lottery. (RELATED: The Powerball Is Unfair And Offensive)
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Though he did not plan on purchasing the ticket when he stopped at the gas station, he last minute decided to buy it on a whim, according to the Massachusetts State Lottery.
He chose the cash option for his price and received a $650,000 payment, according to the Massachusetts State Lottery.
The store, located at 483 Concord Street in Framingham, will receive a $10,000 bonus for selling the ticket.
In October 2020, a Dearborn Heights, Michigan resident, Samir Mazahem, won the lottery twice by purchasing both tickets online with the same number 01-05-09-10-23.
In September 2019, Robert Stuart, a 65-year-old tractor-driver from Kennebunkport, Maine, won a $100,000 prize from a scratch-off ticket, according to ABC News station WMTW. In May 2019, Stuart had already won a $1 million jackpot from another Maine Lottery scratch-off ticket, according to WGME 13.