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Chicago Man Wins Lottery While Helping Sandy Victims in New Jersey

ABC Chicago

Talk about Karma.  A Chicago man went to his hometown in New Jersey to help victims of Hurricane Sandy and while he was there, he hit the lottery.

According to ABC Chicago, John Turner, runs National Catastrophe Solutions of Chicago, a local water removal business. Turner bought a Championship Poker scratch ticket that turned out to be a winner worth $100,000. He plans to invest some money in his business, with the rest going to good causes. ‘A portion of it, we’re going to donate it to someone or some family that’s in need,’ he told ABC Chicago.

Source: ABC Chicago

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