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Topic - Mindy Crandall
Mindy Crandall, a 34-year-old mother of two, made a decision that cost her $590 million when she allowed 84-year-old Powerball winner Gloria Mackenzie cut in line when she bought her lucky ticket.
"It could have been us, but things happen," Mrs. Crandall told ABC News. "Sometimes it's better to be patient than right. I knew we were teaching our daughter the right thing."
"Go ahead," Mrs. Crandall said to Ms. Mackenzie, who went on to buy the winning Quick Pick ticket.