Virginia woman won $150,000 from massive Powerball jackpot 

A Virginia lady won Powerball's third award subsequent to taking a risk on an October attracting which the bonanza beat $1 billion.

Kathryn Vega, a bookkeeper from Chesterfield District in Virginia, won $150,000 in the wake of matching four of the six white Powers from an Oct. 9 Powerball drawing.

At the point when the Powerball big stake arrived at a faltering $1.55 billion, Vega's significant other felt free to tickets at the Food Lion at 13530 Genito Street in Midlothian.

In the wake of purchasing various tickets, not a single one of them won the $1.55 billion big stake, however one of the tickets won Vega $150,000.

"It was strange!" Vega later told Virginia Lottery authorities. "We could barely handle it."

The triumphant numbers in the October 9, 2023, drawing were 16-34-46-55-67, and the Powerball number was 14. Since she matched four white balls and the Powerball, she should win $50,000.

 Notwithstanding, since her better half spent an additional dollar to purchase the Strategic maneuver, her rewards expanded to $150,000.

As indicated by the Virginia Lottery, Vega has no prompt designs for the rewards.

The Virginia Lottery benefits reserve K-12 training in Virginia. Chesterfield District got more than $33.6 million in Lottery supports last year, The Virginia Lottery said.

In Monetary Year 2023, the Lottery raised $867 million for K-12 training, representing 10% of Virginia's K-12 school spending plan.