Miami-Dade man takes fastest road to $1 million from Florida Lottery

This scratch-off ticket delivered a six-figure payday to a Homestead man. (Photo courtesy of Florida Lottery)

HOMESTEAD, Fla. – Another South Floridian is celebrating this summer with a big lottery payout.

Lauro Godoy, of Homestead, scored a $1 million top prize from the Fastest Road to $1,000,000 scratch-off, Florida Lottery announced Friday.

Godoy elected to take a lump-sum payout of $790,000.

His $30 ticket was bought at S&B Food Store Inc., which is at 1466 North Krome Avenue in Homestead. The retailer gets a $2,000 bonus commission for selling the winner.

News of this score comes a day after a Broward County man was announced as a $1 million Powerball prize winner.


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