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Boynton Beach woman wins more than $1 million with scratch-off ticket


A Boynton Beach woman won more than $1 million by playing the Florida Lottery, according to a news release.

Hilaria Granados, 40, played the Flamingo Multiplier scratch-off game and won a $2 million top prize.

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She chose to receive her money as a one-time, lump-sum payment of $1,510,000. 

Granados bought her $10 ticket at Los Primos Grocery, 400 South Dixie Highway, in Lake Worth.

The store will receive $4,000 for selling the ticket.


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