$200K winning lottery ticket sold in Bridgeport

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A Bridgeport neighborhood gas station sold a $200,000 winning ticket for Tuesday’s Lucky Day Lotto drawing.

The winner, who has not come forward, bought the winning ticket at Gas Express at 501 W. 31st St., and matched all five numbers — 05-07-14-24-29 — for Tuesday’s midway drawing, according to the Illinois Lottery.

The $400,000 prize was split between two winners, each pocketing half, according to the statement. The other winner played through an online subscription.

The gas station will receive $2,000 for selling the winning ticket.

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