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May 17th, 2013
08:18 PM ET

Faced with foreclosure, now millionaires

CNN’s Ashley Banfield talks to a suburban Chicago family that found a $4.85 million lotto ticket in a cookie jar. The unexpected surprise helped the family keep their home.

Filed under: Brooke Baldwin
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