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California Lottery officials are waiting for the second winner of the $636m mega ball jackpot. A winning ticket was bought ...
in San Jose, California. A woman who purchased the other winning ticket, in Atlanta, has claimed her prize. (Dec. 19)
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DURATION: :49-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:SOURCE - ASSOCIATED PRESS - AP CLIENTS ONLYSan Jose, California - December 18, 20131. Close, buying lottery tickets2. Mid, owner Thuy Nguyen behind counter3. Wide, Jenny's Gift & Kids Wear exterior4. Mid, Nguyen with wife holding big check5. Close, big check6. SOUNDBITE (English) Thuy Nguyen, Owner, Jenny's Gift & Kids Wear (Transcript Below)---ASSOCIATED PRESS - AP CLIENTS ONLYStone Mountain, Georgia7. Wide, pan up, exterior, Curry's house8 SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) Debbie Alford, Georgia Lottery Corp. chief executive (transcript below)9. Wide/pan right, house10. Close, door bell11. Mid, UPS man delivers packageVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:THE SECOND WINNER OF THE 636-MILLION DOLLAR MEGA MILLIONS LOTTERY IS STILL OUT THERE SOMEWHERE.A TICKET BOUGHT AT JENNY'S GIFTS IN SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA REMAINS UNCLAIMED.HOWEVER, THERE IS ANOTHER WINNER AT JENNY'S - OWNER THUY NGUYEN. TWEE WINN GETS A MILLION DOLLARS.SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) SOUNDBITE: Thuy Nguyen, owner of Jenny's Gift and Kids Wear shop: "Last night the lottery called me and told me I'm a winner. I sold the winning ticket."TRACK-2ACROSS THE COUNTRY NEAR ATLANTA, THE OTHER WINNER CAME FORWARD WITHIN 24 HOURS OF THE DRAWING.SOUNDBITE (English) Debbie Alford, Georgia Lottery:"Our lottery winner did come in to headquarters this afternoon to claim her prize. Her name is Ira Curry, she lives in Stone Mountain. 'TRACK-3CURRY BOUGHT HER WINNING TICKET IN ATLANTA.SHE HAS ELECTED TO TAKE THE CASH OPTION.THAT MEANS SHE'LL HAVE ABOUT 120-MILLION DOLLARS AFTER TAXES.LOTTERY OFFICIALS SAY SHE HAS NOT DECIDED HOW SHE'LL SPEND THE MONEY.DIANE KEPLEY, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.