LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – What were the Powerball results and numbers for last night August 7 2013, did anyone win the Powerball numbers yesterday 8/7/2013, and if so where were the winning tickets sold? Powerball officials tell news that there was not one winner last night, but three. Someone did pick and win the Powerball numbers for August 7, 2013, officials confirm to news in a briefing this morning. In fact, Super Stop n Shop in South Brunswick, New Jersey and Acme Markets Stores in Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey sold two of the Golden Tickets for 8/7. The third winning Powerball ticket was sold in Minnesota. But that location has yet to be identified to news. The winning numbers were 5-25-30-58-59 with Powerball 32.
When Powerball winning numbers were announced last night August 7, 2013, fans immediately wondered if anyone had picked the right numbers. That answer came a few hours later. This morning, Sue Dooley, senior drawing manager production coordinator for the Multi-State Lottery Association, confirms to news that three persons had the Golden Ticket. Powerball results last night left three people very rich individuals.
None of three people have yet to come forward. Two tickets were sold in New Jersey, one ticket was sold in Minnesota. And where were the wining ticket sold? Dooley tells news that the first Golden Ticket was sold at the Super Stop n Shop in South Brunswick, New Jersey. The second was sold at Acme Markets #7858 in Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey.
One person who had no comment overnight was Gloria McKenzie, 84. She won the massive $590 million draw earlier this May. Had no one picked the numbers correctly last night, Saturday’s draw could have surpassed the draw paid to McKenzie.
Just years ago, excitement would build up from a mere ten million dollar prize. But officials indicate to news that fans should see another half billion dollar prize sometime in the next year. The four largest U.S. records now standing were all set since just March of last year. And the three largest Powerball only records were all set in just the last nine months, alone. But if you think our payouts are growing, try El Gordo in Spain which paid roughly $3.3 billion last Christmas. And that was tax-free.