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Several Powerball Winners Haven't Claimed Prizes

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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Several winners in Oklahoma in the Powerball drawings still haven't turned in their tickets, including ten winners of $10,000 or more.

The list includes the grand prize winner of $101,800,000 in the June 17th drawing.

Also unclaimed is a $200,000 winner from the February 25th drawing and a $400,000 winner from the drawing on April 1st.

Winners have three months to turn in the ticket.

Other unclaimed tickets include five $10,000 winners, a $30,000 winner and a $40,000 winner.

The state lottery commission says a total of more than $109-million dollars has been won in Oklahoma since the state joined the Powerball in January.
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