Lottery owner throws ticket worth US $1 Million, gets it back from an Indian-origin family

Lottery owner throws ticket worth US $1 Million, gets it back from an Indian-origin family
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A woman in Massachusetts who threw away her lottery ticket of USD 1 million got it again. Here is how? But she got a second chance at the fortune. It was when an Indian-origin family returned the discarded lottery ticket to her. They even earned appreciation for their honesty.

Lea Rose Fiega bought a Diamond Millions scratch-off ticket in March at Lucky Stop. It is a store owned by the Indian-origin family in Southwick, where she was a regular customer.

The woman in hurry scratching the ticket did not find the fortune earlier. But later on when Abhi Shah, son of the store owners, noticed the unfinished USD 30 ticket piled in the trash, it became a big news.

However, for the family it was not an easy decision to return the ticket. But, later on, they finally decided to return the ticket. Since Fiega was a regular customer also.

However, the other customers of the store are not surprised. They call the family just purely good people.

The story ended on a happy and positive note for the real owner got the lotteery ticket.

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