A Spring Hill woman struck gold with a Florida Lottery scratch-off ticket.
Valerie Homer-Faggart, 68, was the first to win the $5 million top prize from the new “Gold Rush Limited” scratch-off game. She bought her ticket from A to Z Discount Beverage, located at 4060 Deltona Blvd. in Spring Hill.
Valerie chose to take her prize as a lump-sum payment of $3,960,000. The store will receive a $10,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket.
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