Poor eyesight earns custodian $2 million in lottery
BALTIMORE — If Almerta Williams, a Harford County custodian, had a better pair of glasses, she might not have won $2 million from this weeks' Powerball lottery, according to the Baltimore Sun.
Lottery officials said that Williams thought she had chosen numbers that matched the birthdays of relatives, the article stated.
According to the article, because of an old pair of reading glasses, Williams actually picked one incorrect number.
That error ended up making Williams the second winner in Wednesday's Powerball drawing, the article noted.
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