Hartsdale woman claims $19M lottery jackpot

Patricia Wahl finally claimed her $18.9 million ticket.

News 12 Staff

Oct 7, 2022, 12:33 AM

Updated 589 days ago

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A woman from Hartsdale is swimming in dough tonight after winning the New York Lottery jackpot worth nearly $19 million.
Patricia Wahl finally claimed her $18.9 million ticket.
The drawing was held back in July.
Wahl opted to take her prize in a lump sum of $7.7 million.
She bought that winning ticket at the Vibrant Star Deli on Yonkers Avenue.   


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