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Powerball rolls over to $121 million

Powerball rolls over to $121 million

Tayeb Souami of Little Ferry, N.J., had the only jackpot winning ticket for the May 19 Powerball drawing and elected to receive a cash prize of $183.2 million, the New Jersey Lottery announced on Friday. "And she kept saying, "Oh, my God".

He's retired from the job and plans to spend the money to pay off his house and put his two children through college.

A lottery official confirmed the victor is from northern New Jersey but didn't say where. And the second ticket it was good, but always I see $2, $4, but that day I see, 'Must be seen by the retailer.' I scan it again and it [said the same thing].

Although Souami is an accountant, he didn't want to see the number just yet, he said.

Souami, who is a married father of four, came to the United States in 1996. Oh my God. Oh my God, ' " he said, adding his heart was beating out of his chest "just like a 'Tom and Jerry" cartoon".

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The winning numbers were 23, 28, 41, 53, 56 and the Powerball was 14.

"I have to take care of them", he said.

A New Jersey man came forward as the victor of the $315.3 million Powerball jackpot.

The father of two chose to take the $183 million cash payout and remain in his New Jersey hometown. The $533 million haul won by Vernon resident Richard Wahl in April is the highest jackpot payout in recorded in New Jersey.