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London friends share $151,000 Lotto Max prize

Lotto Max winners Shawn Reid and Jason Andrews from London, Ont. (Source: OLG) Lotto Max winners Shawn Reid and Jason Andrews from London, Ont. (Source: OLG)
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Two London men are splitting a Lotto Max prize of just over $151,000.

Shawn Reid and Jason Andrews won the second prize in the May 24, 2024 draw.

“It took a minute for it to sink in,” said Andrews in a news release from the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation. “I was shocked!" he added.

Reid said he plans to buy a new vehicle and pay bills, while Andrews said he will pay his mortgage and buy an investment property.

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