Officials at the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority say the employees who hold the winning ticket in Wednesday's drawing wish to remain anonymous but co-workers joined in the celebrations as word spread at the agency's headquarters on Thursday.
SEPTA spokesman Richard Maloney says co-workers were so happy for a longtime custodial employee they formed an archway with their hands for him to run under.
Maloney says he doesn't expect all the winners to suddenly retire, though. If they take the $107.5 million lump-sum, the payout will be about $2 million each. And that's before taxes.