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North Carolina teen wins $1M lottery while heading to 2nd job: 'Everyone was happy'
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An 18-year-old has won $1 million from a scratch-off lottery ticket while heading to his second job in North Carolina.
Dalton Radford, a public works employee from Dallas, North Carolina, reportedly bought two scratch-off tickets on Friday, Dec. 2, from Will's Food Store III on Dallas High Shoals Highway in the Old North State, according to a press release issued by the North Carolina Education Lottery.
"I left work and was going to my second job," Radford told the lottery board, in a statement. "I stopped for a White Monster drink and two Carolina Jackpot tickets."
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Radford said he learned that he was a winner when he checked his tickets in the convenience store parking lot.