One lucky California teen has won the lottery twice in one week.
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Rosa Dominguez, 19, purchased winning tickets from two different locations in California in the span of one week, according to the California Lottery.
The California Lottery said in a press release that Dominguez bought a $5 Power 5's Scratcher ticket when she made a pit stop at Eagle Energy, a gas station in Paso Robles, while driving home from Arizona.
Dominguez won the top prize of $555,555, according to the California Lottery. "I was so nervous I just wanted to cry," she told the lottery.
After winning more than $500,000, the young woman tried her luck again and purchased a $5 Lucky Fortune Scratcher that turned out to be worth $100,000. This time, the ticket was at a Valero gas station in Monterey County.
The big winner went to the California Lottery's East Bay District Office in Hayward to claim her two prizes that added up to a grand total of $655,555.
Dominguez shared with California Lottery employees that she would like to go shopping and purchase a new car.
The California Lottery did not immediately respond to ABC News' request for comment.