switch gears to the newest powerball winners. 16 county workers in new jersey, showing up to work today. There is the garage, where they all punch the clocks. For how long? One does not know. Even as... See More
switch gears to the newest powerball winners. 16 county workers in new jersey, showing up to work today. There is the garage, where they all punch the clocks. For how long? One does not know. Even as we learn more, as well, about one of the minnesota winners, abc's linsey davis has it all. Reporter: They're calling them ocean 16. The workers all from this vehicle maintenance garage in ocean city, new jersey, reportedly bought their winning ticket at this acme grocery store nearby. Lottery officials haven't confirmed them this morning. But the group's boss says they told him the news after they showed up to work. A real-life version of abc's new show, "lucky 7," when a group of gas station workers win it big. How do you feel winning all that money? Reporter: One person we do know won big is paul white. A 45-year-old electrical engineer from minnesota, who came forward thursday, as one of three winning ticketholders, in wednesday night's $448 million drawing. White, who played the lottery for years, joked his name recently came up in a game with his siblings. The description was, their financial plan consists of playing the lottery. Everybody picked my name. And they thought it was funny then. Who is right now? Reporter: White is taking home a lump sum of $86 million. What will he spend all that money on? They made this car. Yo enif they make it anymore. It's called nsx. I think it's 30 grand. And it has like 12,000 miles on it. I'm going out there. Reporter: Now, the mystery of who will lay claim to the third winning ticket remains. All we know is that ticket was purchased at the stop and shop in south brunswick, new jersey. We're just waiting for the winner to come forward. A wonderful story abounds. These were sold in the sandy storm zone. Paul white, as entertaining as a lottery winner I've seen. I've never been so happy to have lost $450 million. And two of them say they're going to donate to the sandy relief. Turn to the abc weekend anchor, bianna golodryga, in
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