$1 million Powerball lottery ticket sold at Northfield Park in Summit County claimed

CLEVELAND - A $1 million Powerball ticket was sold at Northfield Park earlier this month.

The Ohio Lottery said that the winner of the Sept. 15 second-tier $1 million Powerball ticket claimed the prize in Trust.

John M. Herrnstein of Cuyahoga Falls is Trustee of The Harvard Trust. The Trust receives $710,000 after mandatory federal and state tax withholdings totaling 29 percent.

The holder of the ticket used auto lotto. The winning numbers were 3-20-26-43-48. The Powerball number was 1. 

Northfield Park receives a $1,000 agent bonus for selling a second-tier prizewinning ticket.

The Ohio Lottery is actively seeking winners of all prize levels to share their stories. Players with an interest in telling theirs can contact the Ohio Lottery at www.ohiolottery.com/winners .

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