- Wisconsin Man Stops By Gas Station To Fill His Snowmobile, Ends Up Buying $1 Million Lotto Ticket
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Wisconsin Man Stops By Gas Station To Fill His Snowmobile, Ends Up Buying $1 Million Lotto Ticket
A Wisconsin man who stopped at a Marathon gas station to fill up his snowmobile ended up leaving the station $1 million richer.
Daniel Bellefeuille, of Spooner, Wisconsin, bought a mega millions lottery ticket that matched the first five numbers of the January 17th drawing. According to the mega millions website, you have a 1 in 12,607,306 chance to get all five balls right–and Mr.Bellefeuille was that one.
“This comes at the right time because I’m going to retire,” Bellefeuille said in a news release.
He has said he’ll use the money to finish building a house on his property, as well as buying a pre-owned car.