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  • Michael Kowalski of Lisle

       Michael Kowalski of Lisle
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

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  • Vivek Ahuja of Naperville

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    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Kate Zdenek of Woodridge

      Kate Zdenek of Woodridge

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By Dan White
dwhite@dailyherald.com

As the potential Powerball and Mega-Millions winnings climb higher and temperatures seem to get lower, we asked commuters at the Lisle Metra Station a simple question: "If you win the lottery, where would you wish to ride the train?"

"I want the train to take me someplace warm, like Florida or Mexico." -- Kate Zdenek of Woodridge.

"I would take the train to Aurora and go to the casino, if I won the Powerball. Hopefully my luck would change" -- Michael Kowalski of Lisle.

"If I won the lottery, I would probably have the train take me to Brazil, where it is really warm. I would just stay at the beach and enjoy, because this year it is really, really cold" -- Monica Bravos of Naperville.

"If I win the Mega-Millions lottery, I want the train to take me to my office, because now I have to get down from the train, and then I have to walk. So if I win the lottery, I want to go directly to my office" -- Vivek Ahuja of Naperville.

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