HAMPTON ROADS, Va. (WAVY) - Four people from Hampton Roads claimed $100,000 top prizes from the Virginia Lottery's June 28 Cash 5 drawing.
After placing seventh in the Virginia NASCAR minor series, Edward Gibbs of Seaford placed first in the VA Lottery's Cash 5 game. He bought the winning ticket from Happy Shopper at 8102 George Washington Memorial Highway in Yorktown.
Gibbs also won the Cash 5 top prize in 2012.
Gibbs sister, Ronda Gibbs of Smithfield, also won a top prize in the same drawing. She bought the ticket while running errands with her Dad at the Wilco Food Market at 197 South Rosemont Road in Virginia Beach.
John Washington of Suffolk won the prize from a ticket bought at the 7-Eleven store at 5827 East Virginia Beach Boulevard in Norfolk.
Wilhelmina Sanderlin-Crumity from Norfolk bought her prize-winning ticket at the Tinee Giant at 600 Thole Street in Norfolk.
The June 28 drawing produced 12 wins of $100,000 each, seven wins of $50,000, and 15 wins of $25,000.
The Cash 5 game drawings are held every day at 1:59 p.m. and 11 p.m. The chances of winning the $100,000 top prize are one in 278,256.
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