$5 million scratch-off sold at Publix in Broward

WESTON, Fla. – Florida Lottery’s latest $5 million-winning scratch-off ticket was sold at a Publix in Weston.

The winnings were claimed by a limited liability company called NKG of Weston, LLC, managed by Bonie Montalvo, 30, of Bonita Springs, state lottery officials announced Tuesday.

They took the winnings as a lump sum of $3.96 million.

The $20 Gold Rush Limited ticket was bought at the Publix located at 1170 Weston Road.

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