And now, the big news about that half billion dollar powerball jackpot. And those two winning tickets. Tonight, the hunt is on for this man, believed to be a big winner in arizona. The winner. This is... See More
And now, the big news about that half billion dollar powerball jackpot. And those two winning tickets. Tonight, the hunt is on for this man, believed to be a big winner in arizona. The winner. This is the moment he realized his good luck, caught on tape, if that's indeed him. While today, another family in missouri came forward to claim their prize. And talk about the shock of it all and how they chose those numbers. Here's abc's alex perez. Reporter: Two years ago, mark hill and his wife, cindy, were both unemployed. Today, they are powerball jackpot millionaires. I was shaking. I called my husband, and I said, "i think I'm having a heart attack." Reporter: But she didn't and the family today accepted their $293,750,000 check at the high school where they both met, in the town where they still live, in teeny, tiny dearborn, missouri. Mark called his boss immediately at the mile hehillshire brands packaging factory, to let him know he's not coming in. You know, I only talked to my boss over the phone. He didn't believe me. Reporter: And those winning numbers, not jersey numbers from royals hall of fame players as first rumored -- just quick pick. Hill's son, cody, says the millions won't define this family. My dad always said that money doesn't really makes a person, just makes life a little bit more comfortable, so, I see things being just a little bit more comfortable. Reporter: With the missouri millionaire ticket now claimed, the big mystery is to who won the second matching ticket, sold in arizona, now spreading to the east coast. This surveillance video from a store in maryland shows a man checking the six numbers with the store clerk, and then, again, with other customers. Said, is this the right numbers, I said, yeah, man, you got them all. Reporter: Before bursting with excitement and heading out the door. The arizona ticket remains unclaimed. Back in dearborn, the hill's 6-year-old adopted daughter already knows what she wants for chris m christmas. Pony. Reporter: That she wants to name lotto. The newly minted millionaires plan to stay in the town they call home. Still be going down to the corner cafe for breakfast or fish day. It's just us. We're as common as anybody. We just have a little bit more money. Reporter: The understatement of the year. Alex perez, abc news, dearborn, missouri.
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