Winning $60K Fantasy Five Ticket Sold In North Escambia

May 15, 2017

Someone is over $60,000 richer this morning after purchasing a winning Florida Lottery Fantasy 5 ticket in Davisville.

fant5.jpgThe ticket sold at the State Line Gift Shop, 11208 Highway 97, was one of three winning tickets sold for Sunday night’s drawing worth $60,365.68. Other winning tickets matching all five numbers were sold in Orlando and Miramar.

The ticket was the fourth winning Fantasy Five ticket sold in just over a year at the State Line Gift Shop.

The 446 tickets matching four numbers won $65 each. Another 10,764  tickets matching three numbers are worth $7.50 each, and 89,179 ticket holders won a Quick Pick ticket for picking two numbers.

Sunday’s winning numbers were 1-5-9-10-16.

Pictured: The State Line Gift Shop on Highwy 97 in Davisville. file photo, click to enlarge.


3 Responses to “Winning $60K Fantasy Five Ticket Sold In North Escambia”

  1. Walnut Hill on May 15th, 2017 4:29 pm

    OMG, Chris!

    Burn a wet mule? I cannot stop laughing!

  2. Chris in Molino on May 15th, 2017 12:14 pm

    More than likely someone who already has enough money to burn a wet mule.

  3. Penni on May 15th, 2017 9:18 am

    James, what do you think about this? Was it you? :)

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