Check your tickets! One person is a bit richer after purchasing a winning ticket in the Hudson Valley.

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The top prize for Wednesday night's drawing of the New York Lotto was $7.3 million dollars.

The winning numbers were 10-15-20-29-31-49 with a bonus of 21.

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The top prize for Wednesday night's drawing of the New York Lotto was $7.3 million dollars.

Sadly, no one from the Hudson Valley or New York State won the top prize.

However, a second-prize winner was sold in Dutchess County.

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A second-prize winner was sold in Dutchess County.

The winning ticket was sold at Smokes 4 Less on Main Street in Fishkill, according to New York Lottery officials.

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The store is located inside the Fishkill Village Square.

The winning ticket was sold at Smokes 4 Less on Main Street in Fishkill
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The ticket is worth $62,770. It's unclear who has the winning ticket.

The ticket is worth $62,770.

The person with the winning ticket has one year to claim the prize.

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