Man Wins $1 Million Lottery Twice at Same Store in Just 2 Years
He said he was shocked he hit another jackpot.
A North Carolina man had double the luck when he won the lottery twice at the same store.
Terry Splawn took home $1 million for the second time in two years last week after playing a $150 Million Cash Explosion scratch-off ticket.
He won the first time in April 2017 from a Millionaire Bucks scratch-off at Sam’s Mini Stop in Concord.
"What are the odds of this happening?" Splawn told North Carolina Education Lottery officials. "I can't believe I won the lottery not once, but twice!"
Splawn said he was surprised and plans to use his prize wisely.
“I couldn’t believe I hit again,” Splawn said. "I'm keeping this one. I'm going to put it aside for a rainy day."
Trending on Inside Edition
Tennessee Nurse RaDonda Vaught Sentenced to Probation, No Jail Time for Fatal Medication ErrorCrime
Strangers Band Together to Help Unconscious Driver Drifting Into Oncoming TrafficHeroes
Two Suspects Criminally Charged in Florida After Boat Balloon-Popping Video Goes ViralCrime
Police Release 911 Audio of Shannan Gilbert the Night She Went Missing in Gilgo Beach 12 Years AgoCrime
Woman Accused of 'Gaslighting' Husband Into Thinking He Was Senile to Steal His FortuneCrime