May 21, 2014 in City

Spokane man wins lottery for second time

By The Spokesman-Review
 
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Lightning may not strike twice, but Lady Luck did for one Spokane man.

A man who wishes to remain anonymous won $200,000 on a Scratch ticket last week, less than four years after winning $50,000 through Scratch in December 2011, according to Washington’s Lottery.

The man bought the $200,000 Super Cash Scratch ticket at B’s Garland Market on Garland Avenue in Spokane.

“With my first win, I was able to pay off my bills,” the man said in a news release. “With this win, I can do what I want.”

The daily lottery player plans to put his winnings toward a house and a car.

“If I’m smart with the winnings, this will change my life,” he said in the release.

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