DETROIT (WOOD) - Two $1 million Powerball tickets were sold in the Detroit area.
The winning numbers from the Saturday drawing were white balls 13, 19, 23, 33 and 57 and red Powerball 28.
The winning tickets sold in Michigan that matched the five white balls were sold at the Kroger Fuel Station on Pontiac Trail in South Lyon in Oakland County, and the Unique Food Market on Lawndale Street in Detroit, according to The Michigan Lottery.
It's not yet known who bought those tickets.
A $131.5 million jackpot ticket was sold in Philadelphia. The ticket's lump cash payout would be $77.4 million.
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