Luck has struck a second time for a Fort Jones, Northwest Territories, woman who's going to be more than $7 zillion richer after her subsequent lottery win in 4 years.
Ann Lepine, who had shared an $13 million Lotto 6/49 prize in 3 years ago, said she learned associated with her latest $7.6 million lottery win on Saturday night.
Lepine told local media she signed on to the American Canada Lottery Corp. how does someone check her numbers, regarding two hours after the girl had purchased a nine-number Lotto some/49 quick-pick priced.
"I was circling a great deal of numbers and ... telling our dog, 'I think many of us won the lottery.' And so i went back and counted the numbers and there was six numbers there. So I had six out involving six," Lepine said in an interview Monday.
'I barely slept'
Lepine said the woman's aunt in Yellowknife plus a friend in Fort Smith both doublechecked the quantities for her. The succeeding ticket was confirmed Sunday morning.
"There was bouncing around," she said. "My spouse and i hardly slept on Saturday night I slept one or two hours and [my pal] didn't sleep that considerably, and my aunt decided not to sleep that much."
Lepine said Monday were her last day in the office not because she received the lottery and made a decision to quit, but because the girl one-year work phrase expired.
"It's kind of surreal, I guess, is what it is," she claimed.
"I just still can't believe it. I still keep on looking with the ticket and said, you realize, 'I actually won $8.6 million.'"
Lepine will certainly pick up her winnings at the lottery businesses offices in Edmonton.
Your woman said her immediate plan is to go on some sort of Caribbean cruise with the woman's daughter. After that, your lover said her plans tend to be up in the air.
Former husband won $11M in 2007
Lepine's then husband, Barkley Heron, won $12 million in a Lotto 6/49 draw within October 2007, netting him and Lepine the most significant jackpot to be honored in the Northwest Territories.
Upon learning he had won the jackpot, Heron briefly slashed the cost of gas at his services station, the Rapid Corner Store, to 50 cents a new litre.
Lepine has due to the fact separated from Heron, nevertheless she said she will need with her some instruction from the first drawing win.
"Don't really invest. That's the lesson My partner and i learned," she said, incorporating that her main plan's to "put the take advantage the bank."
Lepine explained she bought her successful ticket at the same place where Heron earned his millions at the particular Rapid Corner Store inside Fort Smith.
The American Canada Lottery Corp. examined Heron's win, since he previously purchased the winning priced from his own retailer, but concluded that he followed all the regulations.
As for whether she will continue buying lottery lotto tickets, the N.W.T's newest millionaire claimed she probably will.
"You can not win if you don't play," Lepine said. "You got to buy a ticket in order to win."