It sold at a Lukoil Gas Station mini-mart in the city of Riverdale.
"It was truly awesome". I walked upstairs. I saw my wife ... and said, 'Baby, we get to go on vacation.' She said, 'What are you talking about?
At New Jersey Lottery headquarters Friday, Wahl was handed the traditional oversized check. He revealed himself as the mystery victor during Friday's news conference at New Jersey Lottery headquarters in Trenton.
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Richard Wahl, who moved from MI last summer to take a job at a Hillside, New Jersey-based food service industry supplier, said he probably will stop working and use his winnings to help his family and friends.
Mega Millions is played in 44 states plus Washington, D.C., and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
"This guy has to watch himself", Mahler said of New Jersey's big victor. Wahl's win was the fourth biggest in the game's history. It may have been only the second time he bought a ticket.
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If the victor opts to take the $324 million in cash now rather than installments over 30 years, $149 million will go to taxes immediately, said Daniel Mahler, a certified public accountant with Gisler & Mahler in Bloomingdale.
It's "life-changing money", he said, even though he has a good job with a steady income. "It's not only life-changing money for me, but I want it to be life-changing money for others".
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