The North Carolina Education Lottery announced Sunday that the winning ticket from Saturday night's Powerball drawing was sold in Asheville.
Spokeswoman Pamela Walker confirmed the ticket was sold at a Wilco Hess convenience store.
The winning numbers were 14, 22, 52, 54, 59, with the Powerball 4. The ticket was worth a $141.4 million annuity or $69.6 million in cash, minus federal and state withholdings, if the winner elects to take the lump sum.
It's the third time that North Carolina has had a winner in the Powerball drawing since the state established a lottery on May 30, 2006.
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