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$1M lottery ticket sold in Pearl River

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - The Louisiana Lottery Corporation says nobody won the two major jackpots in the Louisiana Lotto and multistate Powerball drawings on Wednesday night.

Louisiana Lotto players matching all six numbers drawn would have won or shared a $500,000 prize, which will rise to an estimated $525,000 for Saturday.

Players matching all five numbers and the Powerball would have won or shared the $176 million jackpot. The prize goes to an estimated $194 million for Saturday.

There was a match 5 winner in Louisiana. That ticket sold in Pearl River is worth $1 million.

The Easy 5 drawing rises to an estimated $60,000 after none of the tickets matched all five numbers drawn for Wednesday's $50,000 jackpot.

Wednesday's winning numbers were:

-Powerball: 02-04-10-41-53, Powerball: 22, Power Play: 5

(two, four, ten, forty-one, fifty-three; Powerball: twenty-two; Power Play: five)

-Easy 5: 06-13-19-21-35

(six, thirteen, nineteen, twenty-one, thirty-five)

-Lotto: 07-08-17-28-37-40

(seven, eight, seventeen, twenty-eight, thirty-seven, forty)

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