Fifteen co-workers will share the $1 million Powerball winnings from the March 27 drawing, the Pennsylvania Lottery has announced.
The group of winners, known as "Quad 15," work at Quad Graphics in Fairfield, Adams County.
Their ticket, purchased from Sunoco gas station at 12 Deatrick Drive in Gettysburg, correctly matched all five white balls, 07-37-43-48-52 - but not the red Powerball 16 - for a $1 million second-tier prize, less 25 percent federal withholding, according to the Lottery.
The gas station will receive a $5,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket.
Quad 15 initially won $4 from Powerball tickets purchased March 23. Without telling her co-workers, Linda Golden of Gettysburg, used the small winnings to purchase more tickets for the March 27 drawing.
The "Quad 15" winners - who call Golden their "angel" - have different plans for their winnings, including paying medical bills, starting new families and building new homes, according to Pennsylvania Lottery.