Transcript for 'Ocean's 16' Lottery Winners Enjoy Enormous Payday
about to meet the happiest co-workers in america. The power ballotry winners who call themselves ocean's 16, and are living proof that your work family can be the family that changes your life. Abc's linsey davis has your winners. Reporter: To call them a motley crew is a bit of an understatement. My fellow americans, this is my best outfit. Reporter: Nine women and seven men, united by a job at the ocean county, new jersey, vehicle maintenance department. And one lucky ticket worth one-third of last week's $448 million powerball jackpot. lisa's the one who bought that ticket and the first one to discover they'd won. Had I to wake my poor husband up, no longer poor. Reporter: After taxes, they'll get about $3.8 million each. Quite a pay raise for a group that on average makes about $38,000 a year. Willie does plan on quitting. He works in the warehouse. I plan to watch nascar, maybe at my log cabin on multiple acres of land. Reporter: Darlene was in a home destroyed by hurricane sandy. Buy a home, and bring the dog home. Reporter: And her father created the lottery in new jersey. He's your guardian angel? He was, and he's here. Reporter: But despite staying on the job. You've got $4 million, you -- it's our job. That's what we do. Go back to work. Reporter: Lindsey davis, ocean city, new jersey.
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