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Kentucky grocery store workers split $50K lottery win from scratch-off they bought during break
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A pair of colleagues from Kentucky are splitting a $50,000 prize after winning a scratch-off game together.
Tyesha Trice and Dylan Mitchell, two cashiers who work at a Valu Market grocery store on Bardstown Road in Louisville, purchased Kentucky Lottery scratch-off tickets from their employer during their break, the lottery board shared in a press release issued on Tuesday, Feb. 28.
The duo reportedly won $100 from a $30 ticket and followed through with a $50 500X ticket.
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"We were excited about the first win," Trice and Mitchell said, in a joint statement. "We even did a little fist bump."