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No Powerball jackpot winner in Maryland, but 3 $1 million winning tickets sold in state

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BALTIMORE — Maryland Lottery officials say three Powerball tickets sold in the state are worth $1 million.

Officials say Maryland didn't have a big jackpot winner after Wednesday night's drawing, but three second-tier winning tickets were sold in the state. Those tickets were sold at a Wawa on Urbana Pike in Frederick, an Amoco on Walker Mill Road in Capitol Heights and a 7-Eleven on Annapolis Road in Bladensburg.

The unprecedented $1.6 billion Powerball jackpot will be split three ways. The winners' identities are still a mystery, but the winning tickets were sold in Florida, Tennessee and a Los Angeles suburb. The numbers drawn Wednesday night are 4-8-19-27-34 and Powerball 10.

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