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- Syrian casualties surge as jihadis consolidate
Topic - Sandra Hayes
"I had to adapt to this new life," said Sandra Hayes, 52, a former child services social worker who split a $224 million Powerball jackpot with a dozen co-workers in 2006, collecting a lump sum she said was in excess of $6 million after taxes. "I had to endure the greed and the need that people have, trying to get you to release your money to them. That caused a lot of emotional pain. These are people who you've loved deep down, and they're turning into vampires trying to suck the life out of me."
"We have this drawing tomorrow, and if somebody wins, God bless them," she said. "They're going to need those blessings."