BOISE -- Idaho got another helping of lotto luck this weekend, as a $1 million Powerball ticket was sold in Boise.
The Idaho Lottery says they confirmed that at least one winning ticket matched all five of the first numbers from last night's $301.3 million Powerball draw.
Lottery spokesman David Workman said there a reporting error that the winning ticket was bought in Twin Falls County, but that was not the case, the $1 million ticket was actually sold in Boise.
The winning numbers were 01, 17, 25, 37, 44 and the Powerball was 20.
Truck driver Danny Goodnight claimed a Powerball ticket worth $40,000. The ticket was purchased at a Twin Falls liquor store.
"We are encouraging everyone who played Powerball for last night's draw to check their tickets carefully," said Jeff Anderson, Idaho Lottery Director. "Too often we see players not match the Powerball and think they do not have a winning ticket. In this case, the ticket matched all five of the first numbers and is worth $1 million."
Saturday night's million dollar winner was the fourth in Idaho in the past ten weeks.
With no jackpot winner, the estimated jackpot for Wednesday night is now $400 million.
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