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Someone could be on the verge of losing a fortune. A $16 million Powerball ticket sold at a suburban Tampa convenience store ...
in May is set to expire on Thursday. Officials say it would be the largest unclaimed jackpot in Florida since 2003. (Nov. 19)
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SHOTLIST:AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYTampa, Florida - November 18, 20131. Wide exterior of Carrollwood Market2. SOUNDBITE (English) Nidia Tannous, store owner (Transcript below)3. Closeup of store register display4. Medium shot of Tannous at register5. Close up of "Check your tickets No one has claimed this money" sign++white flash between bites+++6. SOUNDBITE (English) Laura Winkles, Tampa resident: "I wish I had it. I would love to turn it in, it's the holiday season. And I hope they wake up very quickly and do something about it."7. SOUNDBITE (English) Joe Fitzgerald, customer, "I bought a ticket that very day that that ticket was sold here and I checked mine. Unfortunately it wasn't mine."8. SOUNDBITE (English) America VanGurp, Tampa resident: "Obviously they do not know that they've won or they would be claiming it."9. Closeup of a (void) powerball ticket10. Wide of Tannous with customer11. SOUNDBITE (English) David Bishop, Deputy Secretary of the Florida Lottery (Transcript below)12. Medium shot of Tannous with customer13. Medium of window with various powerball signs14. Moving graphic with winning numbers: 2-6-19-21-27-25VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:THIS STORE IN SUBURBAN TAMPA IS ON THE VERGE OF BECOMING FAMOUS FOR WHAT WAS... AND WHAT 'MIGHT' HAVE BEEN. SOUNDBITE (English) Nidia Tannous, store owner: "We still have a little bit of hope of somebody coming forward."BACK IN MAY, SOMEONE BOUGHT A POWERBALL TICKET WORTH 16-MILLION DOLLARS. BUT NEVER STEPPED FORWARD TO CLAIM THE CASH.THAT TICKET EXPIRES ON THURSDAY. SOUNDBITE (English) Laura Winkles, Tampa resident: "I wish I had it. I would love to turn it in, it's the holiday season. And I hope they wake up very quickly and do something about it."//SOUNDBITE (English) Joe Fitzgerald, customer, "I bought a ticket that very day that that ticket was sold here and I checked mine. Unfortunately it wasn't mine."//SOUNDBITE (English) America VanGurp, Tampa resident: "Obviously they do not know that they've won or they would be claiming it."LOTTERY OFFICIALS SAY IT HAPPENS, BUT NOT THAT OFTEN. AND NOT SINCE 2003.SOUNDBITE (English) David Bishop, Deputy Secretary of the Florida Lottery: "If they find the ticket, and its the winning ticket, they have to come to Tallahassee to validate the ticket and claim the prize. It's that simple, except the clock's running out on them and they have to hurry up and do that."IF LEFT UNCLAIMED, 80-PERCENT OF THE WINNINGS WILL GO THE STATE'S EDUCATION FUND.THE DRAWING WAS HELD SATURDAY, MAY 25TH. AND THE WINNING NUMBERS WERE TWO... SIX... NINETEEN... TWENTY-ONE... TWENTY-SEVEN... AND A POWERBALL OF 25.Hannah Buchdahl, Associated Press