Trustee turns in $1 million winning lottery ticket from Powerball drawing



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OKLAHOMA CITY — A $1 million winning lottery ticket has been turned in at the Oklahoma Lottery headquarters in Oklahoma City.

Lottery officials say the winning ticket from the Sept. 6 drawing was turned in by William Henley, who is acting as a trustee for Traction Control Trust.

The ticket matched each of the five white balls from the drawing and, after taxes, was worth about $710,000.

The ticket was sold at EZ Go in northwest Lawton.

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