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Atwal discovered his store sold the ticket from news reports; his customers found out from the news, Facebook and Instagram.
A California Lottery official said that winning tickets for the.5 billion Powerball jackpot were sold in California, Florida and Tennessee.
More than a hundred people packed a 7-Eleven store chanting "Chino Hills" to celebrate the historic win in the usually-quiet suburb city of about 75,000 residents.Two weeks ago the grand prize was a mere 400 million.To win the grand prize, the ticket must match all five numbers (in any order) and the red Powerball number.Lottery jackpot was a Mega Millions game in March 2012 that paid out 656 million.A jackpot-winning ticket was sold in China Hills.The 7-Eleven will get a 1 million bonus for selling the winning ticket.Were just so excited, Dana Naifeh, who reportedly owns the store with her husband, said at a press conference.A Powerball winner was not guaranteed.Balbir Atwal, owner of the 7-Eleven franchise in Chino Hills that sold one winning ticket, said it was "very exciting." "I didn't expect this big crowd but my Chino Hills customers love me, and I love them he said.The winning ticket in Florida was sold at a Publix Supermarket.
Owner Balbir Atwal described the celebration as one big family party.

Copyright City News Service.Cnnmoney (Chino Hills, California) First published January 13, 2016: 11:54.California Lottery officials confirmed Wednesday that only three winning tickets had been sold in the United States.The winning ticket in Florida was purchased at a Publix grocery store in Melbourne Beach, the Florida Lottery wrote on Twitter.Many visitors spilleautomater online watch chanted, "Chino Hills!The family of the 62-year-old woman said the nurse's son played a prank on his mother.