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Topic - Ricardo Cerezo
A Chicago man with a stack of unpaid bills and a looming eviction notice experienced a dramatic reversal of fortune this week, after he found a lottery ticket that turned out to be worth millions in his cookie jar.
Mr. Cerezo said he took them to a local gas station — and turns out that one was worth $4.85 million.