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She gives birth the same day she hits herself with the $100,000 Powerball

“It seems to me that she has brought me my luck.”

Brenda Gomez Hernandez, a 28-year-old housewife and North Carolina resident, hit $100,000 with the Powerball the same day she gave birth to a girl, an unusual moment that was marked in US lottery history on November 9.

Powerball and the North Carolina Education Lottery revealed in a press release that the young mother won the juicy prize just hours after her offspring came into the world.

“When I found out, I cried,” he said. “I have two kids and I used their birthdays to choose my numbers.”

The ticket cost only $3 at the QuikTrip convenience store located on Warren C. Coleman Boulevard in downtown Concord. He matched the numbers on the four white balls and the Powerball to win $50,000 in the November 9 draw. When the 2X Power Play multiplier is revealed the prize is doubled to $100,000.

After taxes were withheld, Brenda took home $65,015. A portion of that money will be used for your home payment.

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Joe Chahayed, owner of a Joe Service Center business in California, received a $1 million bonus for selling the winning play.

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