Port Orange Resident Hits Jackpot with $2 Million Florida Lottery Prize

PORT ORANGE, Fla. — A Florida resident experienced an exhilarating moment when he struck it rich with a $2 million windfall from the Florida Lottery.

On Friday, the Florida Lottery made the exciting announcement that Alexander Randall, a 31-year-old resident of Port Orange, had secured the coveted $2 million prize through the $10 Gold Rush Doubler Scratch-Off game.

Randall’s fortunate ticket was purchased at the 7-Eleven store located at 207 Dunlawton Avenue in Port Orange.

Opting for a lump-sum payment, Randall claimed his winnings totaling $1,370,000. Remarkably, the 7-Eleven store that sold him the winning ticket will also receive a commendable $4,000 commission.

As it stands, the Gold Rush Doubler game still holds four remaining top prizes, offering players odds of 1 in 4,555,185 to clinch one of these substantial rewards, as reported on the official Lottery website.

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