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Missouri cashier Mary Jane Hart sells herself a $1 million Powerball ticket

Posted By KATE STANTON, UPI.com   |   May 22, 2013 at 7:18 PM   |   Comments

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May 22 (UPI) -- Mary Jane Hart, a convenience store cashier from Doniphan, Mo., sold herself a winning $1 million lottery ticket, KMOV in St. Louis reported Wednesday.

Hoping for the $600 million Powerball, Hart used the numbers of NASCAR drivers to fill out a ticket at the Harlan Pit Stop store where she works.

""I've always wanted to win a jackpot so that I could go to way more Nascar races than I go to, which is a lot," Hart told KDSK.

Despite her lotto success, Hart said she has no plans to quit her job. She will use her winnings to help her son and to visit Hawaii.

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