The winner of a historic Powerball jackpot bought their ticket in Green Bay. The ticket is worth an estimated $316.3 million ($225.1 Million cash).
The Wisconsin winner is splitting the $632.6 million jackpot with a person from California.
Jackson Pointe Citgo, 2710 Packerland Drive in Green Bay, sold the winning ticket, Wisconsin Lottery said.
"My heart is racing. I have goosebumps all over," Jackson Pointe Citgo General Manager Mary Willems said. "It's just really great for our store, for our community here. We have a lot of regulars who play the game all the time and I'm hoping that whoever won this ticket is a regular and that we can share in their joy. I thank the Lottery for doing so much for us and just being there all the time."
The California Lottery said one of the winning tickets was bought at a 7-Eleven in Sacramento.
The two can either share the total pot or split $450.2 million in cash.
The winning numbers for the Powerball jackpot on Wednesday were 6, 14, 25, 33 and 46. The Powerball was 17, according to their website.
This is the seventh-largest jackpot in the history of Powerball, according to USA Today.
In the drawing there were also 14 other tickets that won several million dollars.
California, we've got winners! A #Powerball ticket purchased for the January 5th draw at @7eleven at 6591 Wyndham Drive in Sacramento matched all 5 numbers plus the Powerball to win $315 million, sharing the top prize with a lucky winner in Wisconsin. pic.twitter.com/w4VVqH9mym— California Lottery (@calottery) January 6, 2022