$1 million Powerball ticket sold in Paducah

One of the three $1 million Powerball tickets sold in Kentucky was bought in Paducah.

A $1 million ticket matches all five white ball numbers but not the Powerball.

The ticket was sold at Smoke Shop 2, which is located at 2300 North 8th Street in Paducah.

The other two tickets were sold in Walton and Hazard.

Five $50,000 tickets were also sold in Kentucky.

One was sold at the Fuel Mart at 58 US Highway 68 West in Benton, Kentucky.

The other four were sold in Mt. Sterling, Harrodsburg, Florence, and Hazard.

A $50,000 ticket match 4 of the 5 white balls and the Powerball.

As for the main jackpot, three tickets matched all five numbers and the Powerball drawn Wednesday night.

They were sold in California, Florida, and Tennessee. The winners will split the big jackpot of $1.5 billion.

The winning numbers were 8-27-34-4-19 with a Powerball of 10.

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