Did Texas Couple Hits It Big On Lottery

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One couple from Wichita Falls, Texas is now celebrating after becoming multi-millionaires in the blink of an eye! Jeremy and Rebecca Curry hit the Texas Lottery's Mega Millions jackpot for a whopping $232 Million dollars! Rebecca told us that Jeremy would alway say "When I hit the lottery..." and she would always respond with "you don't even play the lottery!" He got the same response from her a few days ago an thought to himself, "I'll just go out and buy me a ticket then!" That he did! Not only did he buy a ticket but it was the solo winning ticket to claim the $232 Million! They said they don't plan to do anything too extravagant and Jeremy even plans to keep his job in the oilfield. "I'm just happy we'll be able to send our kids off to any college they want to go to", said Rebecca. Congratulations to the Curry's and remember...you can't win if you don't play!

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Notexas couple did not win a big on lottery. So many news already from Texas like Fort Worth man wins $2.5 million in scratch-off lottery and Joan Ginther, who won millions four times, may have chosen high-priced instant games in Texas because they had some of the best payback rates in the country and now this from breakingnews365 is another hoax and we did not found a single trace of this winning amount orperson.

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