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Winning Euromillions ticket sold in Spain

Winning Euromillions ticket sold in Spain
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22:44 Friday 14 September 2012

Someone in Spain is better off to the tune of 26 million euro tonight.

It’s after the Euromillions jackpot was scooped.

The numbers drawn were 3, 10, 23, 27 and 44.

The lucky stars were numbers 7 and 9.

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