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Albany Homerun Foods sells $1 million lottery ticket

Homerun Foods on Westover Blvd. sold a $1 million dollar lottery ticket. Homerun Foods on Westover Blvd. sold a $1 million dollar lottery ticket.
Wednesday night a man bought the winning scratch off ticket at the Homerun Foods on Westover Boulevard behind the Albany Mall. Wednesday night a man bought the winning scratch off ticket at the Homerun Foods on Westover Boulevard behind the Albany Mall.
Kelly Diane Karr sold the lucky lotto ticket to the man who won a $1 million on a scratch off ticket. Kelly Diane Karr sold the lucky lotto ticket to the man who won a $1 million on a scratch off ticket.
Cashier Kelly Diane Karr Cashier Kelly Diane Karr
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

An Albany convenience store sold a $1 million dollar lottery ticket.

Wednesday night a man bought the winning scratch off ticket at the Homerun Foods on Westover Boulevard behind the Albany Mall.

Cashier Kelly Diane Karr said she sold the man a hundred dollars worth of scratch off tickets. 

She says the man went outside to scratch off the tickets before coming back in to tell her he won a million dollars.

"I was just as happy as he was. I was tickled to death for him. I was happy for him to win and when he was leaving he was like I'll see you tomorrow. So come see me," said Karr.

Karr said this was her first time selling a winning ticket. 

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