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Washington Man a Double Lottery Winner

Cary Collings won a second lottery jackpot on his way to cash in his first prize.
00:41 | 06/19/2013

Transcript for Washington Man a Double Lottery Winner

Some days old boy does it paid to get out of bed ask. Kerry collings of Washington first. Scores 55000. Dollars on a lottery scratch ticket -- within 24 hours. On his way to cash the ticket he stops.... See More
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