Lynchburg woman wins $150,000 in Virginia Lottery scratcher - WSLS 10 NBC in Roanoke/Lynchburg Va

Lynchburg woman wins $150,000 in Virginia Lottery scratcher

Courtesy: Virginia Lottery Courtesy: Virginia Lottery

A Lynchburg woman strikes "gold" in a Virginia Lottery scratcher game.

The lottery says Ashley Crilly stopped for gas at the Rustburg Mini Mart recently, and bought a Black Gold scratcher ticket.  She scratched the ticket while still at the store, and saw she won a jackpot of $150,000!

"I was shocked!" Crilly told Lottery officials as she claimed her prize. "I had to look at it about four times."

Crilly added that she did not have any immediate plans for the winnings.

Three remaining jackpot tickets are still out there the lottery said.

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