WILLOUGHBY, Ohio - The Cleveland area has sold four winning lottery tickets.
A Sylvania woman won $2 million from the Ohio Lottery at a Willoughby gas station.
Lost Nation Convenient sold the winning Cash Blowout instant game ticket to Evelyn Gummow, who will collect $71,000 per year - after taxes - for 20 years.
Cleveland Heights man Leroy Piper scored $265,000 before taxes with a Rolling Cash 5 game sold at Shop Express, 3965 Warrensville Center Road in Warrensville Heights. The store will receive a $500 agent bonus for selling the ticket.
Daryl Evans from Warren and Debra Fleischer from Westlake won $50,000 and $8,947, respectively.
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