The jackpot for Wednesday's Powerball drawing is an estimated $180 million. (Credit: Georgia Lottery)
Photo: Georgia Lottery
Photo: Georgia Lottery

Winning $50,000 lottery ticket sold in DeKalb County

Check your lottery tickets, folks.

Four winning Powerball tickets were sold across metro Atlanta in the July 6 drawing, including one in DeKalb County, the Georgia Lottery Corp. said in a statement.

A winning ticket was sold at the Citgo gas station on 1925 Mason Mill Road, at the intersection with Clairmont Road in North Druid Hills.

The winning numbers from the Powerball drawing were 4-8-23-46-65 and the Powerball was 1. Each winning ticket matched the first four numbers and the Powerball.

The other three tickets were purchased in other parts of metro Atlanta and North Georgia: the Exxon Food Mart at 1801 Sigman Road in Conyers; the Kroger at 4400 Brownsville Road in Powder Springs; and U.S. Food Mart at 7748 Old Alabama Road in Rome.

None of the winners have come forward to claim their prizes yet.

There is another Powerball drawing Wednesday, with the jackpot worth up to $180 million.

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