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  • Smile, Wladyslaw Krawiec! The Cary carpenter figured out he won $175,000 in the Lucky Day Lotto the same day he lost his job, it was announced yesterday.

      Smile, Wladyslaw Krawiec! The Cary carpenter figured out he won $175,000 in the Lucky Day Lotto the same day he lost his job, it was announced yesterday.

 

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Lottery win means Cary man can 'relax a little'

A Cary man won a $175,000 lottery the same day he lost his job. Six days before Christmas, Wladyslaw Krawiec, a carpenter, went to work earlier in the day, only to be told to go home. On the way home, Krawiec asked God for "a little bit of help" and stopped at a gas station to check his Lucky Day Lotto ticket from the previous night's drawing. As it turned out, his ticket matched all five numbers. Full story.

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