And finally tonight, imagine you're lucky to win a million dollars in a lottery, and then, just for kicks, you decide to test the odds again. What is it like to win twice? Find out with abc's nick... See More
And finally tonight, imagine you're lucky to win a million dollars in a lottery, and then, just for kicks, you decide to test the odds again. What is it like to win twice? Find out with abc's nick watt. Reporter: I say we crown steve and terri weaver america's luckiest couple. the lottery. That's two. Here's what happened. Heading to their cabin last weekend, the weavers stopped at the citgo in pangburn and bought some scratch cards. And it said one m-i-l and finally it dawned on me that meant $1 million. Reporter: Next day, they went back into town and bought somewhere. It was terri's turn. I'd give anything if I had a picture of her face right then. And I said "sure, terri. I won a million dollars yesterday and you're going to try and steal my thunder." Reporter: Not quite, but terri bagged another 50 and. The chance of that? One in billions. But rules are there to be broken -- odds are there to be cheated. Frano selak survived a train wreck, a plane crash, four horrific car accidents, a bus crash and getting hit by a bus. Then, aged 74, bought a lottery ticket and won a million bucks. Now the weaver's -- and terri's tried, but failed to spend even a little money. I was at the mall yesterday after this and I told steve, I said, you know, there's not really anything that I want right now. Reporter: And steve, a plumber, doesn't even want a new truck. No, I really like the truck I've got. It's six, seven years old. It's just -- it's a good truck and I like it. Reporter: So, what will they do with the money? It's going to be a little -- actually a large nest egg for our retirement. Reporter: Couldn't have happened to a nicer couple. Nick watt, abc news, los angeles.
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