Luck Be A Lady: Powerball Winner Refuses to Quit Job

New Jersey native Susan Nichel takes home 3.5 million from shared lotto winnings.
1:00 | 08/10/13

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Tonight, we're hearing from the members of that office pool that won that powerball lottery. Tonight, we hear from one of them, a wife, and her remarkable plan for her husband. Here's abc's aditi roy. Reporter: She's part of "ocean's 16." The 16 workers at ocean county's vehicle services shop in new jersey, winning a portion of wednesday's $448 million powerball. I can't even tell you. I'm just so excited. Reporter: New jersey native, susan nichol is the first from the group to step forward. My co-worker elaine came out and shook me and said, "we did win!" Reporter: After taxes, nichol's share of the winnings will be an estimated $3.5 million. But she's not using the earnings to leave her county job. Instead -- I want my husband to retire. I'm not, but I want him to. He's worked a long time. Reporter: Nichol says she also plans on fixing up her house damaged by hurricane sandy. She may be richer but still -- aditi roy, abc news, new york.

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