San Leandro, California – There was no winner of the Powerball jackpot on Saturday’s drawing, but a player from the Bay Area has one of the three tickets sold in California that is worth $1.1 million and matched the first five numbers. This information was provided by the California Lottery.
One of the tickets that matched the first five numbers was purchased in San Leandro, at the 76 station at 15199 Washington Ave., according to the information provided by the California lottery.
The winning numbers drawn on Saturday were 28, 45, 53, 56, and the Powerball 20.
The jackpot for Saturday’s draw reached an all-time high of $1.6 billion, setting a new record for any lottery game ever played. However, because no jackpot tickets were sold in the multi-state game, the jackpot will continue to grow until it reaches an estimated $1.9 billion for the next draw on Monday.
According to the California Lottery, the other two 5/5 tickets in the state were purchased in a grocery shop in the city of Susanville, which is located in Lassen County, and at a Rite Aid store in the city of Encinitas, which is located in San Diego County.