Three winners won a share of a $448 million Powerball jackpot, but only TV engineer Paul White has come forward with a claim. There has been no claims yet for two other winning tickets sold in New Jersey.
Paul White, said it has always been his dream to win a big lottery jackpot, and has endured ribbing from his family over his betting on tickets. Now he says his dream has come true and a load has come off his shoulders, allowing him to retire, enjoy life and help friends and family.
One other ticket was sold at a supermarket in a Little Egg Harbor, N.J., and the supermarket has announced it will distribute $10,000 worth of gift cards to local charities from their $30,000 ticket seller bonus. The last winning ticket was sold at Super Stop & Shop store in South Brunswick, N.J.
New Jersey residents are now checking their tickets for the winning combination and hope any winner shares to charity, as the state had been hard hit by storm Sandy.