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Topic - Karen Gentry
An Alexandria woman became $100,000 richer on Tuesday after cashing in her winning lottery ticket — and it only took her 179 days and 20 hours to do it.
Ms. Gentry said it wasn't until she saw a TV report announcing the unknown ticket holder had only four hours left to collect their prize that she remembered the ticket.
"I always check the numbers, so I'm amazed I missed it," she said.