EAST WINDSOR, NJ (MERCER)–At 5:06 p.m. Robbinsville EMS and Paramedics were dispatched to the New Jersey Turnpike north bound inner roadway at mile post 67.5 for a “pronouncement” Initial 9-1-1 radio reports indicated that mile post 67.6 a tire flew from the south bound side of traffic, into oncoming traffic then into the windshield of a north bound vehicle striking the occupant. Initial unconfirmed reports that a female occupant of the vehicle was deceased.
The left lane of the New Jersey Turnpike inner roadway was shut down for the crash investigation and Troopers were scene checking the roadway for evidence. New Jersey State Police are actively investigating the crash at the time of this report.
Above New Jersey State Police search for evidence along the New Jersey Turnpike in the area of Exit 8 in a fatal crash investigation.
There was no jackpot winner in last night’s Power Ball drawing and as the jackpot keeps rolling over it keeps setting World Records for national lottery jackpots. As of now for the next draw on Monday November 7, 2022, the jackpot has increased to $1.9 BILLION
TRENTON (Nov. 6, 2022) – One New Jersey Lottery ticket matched five of the five white balls drawn for the Saturday, November 5, drawing winning the $1,000,000 second-tier prize. That ticket was sold at Quick Stop, 940 Inman Avenue, Edison, Middlesex County.
In addition, 16 tickets matched four of the five white balls and the Powerball drawn winning the $50,000 third-tier prize. One of those tickets was purchased with Power Play, multiplying the prize to $150,000. Those tickets were sold at the following locations:
Bergen County: Township Stationary, 299A Pascack Road, Washington Township.
Atlantic County: New International Supermarket, 4101 Ventnor Ave., Atlantic City; Bergen County: Liquor City, 494 Anderson Ave., Cliffside Park; Burlington County: Bob’s Corner Deli, 488 Delaware Ave., Roebling; Essex County: SAI Convenience, 20 Franklin Ave., Nutley; Hudson County: Acme #1092, 321 State Route 440, Jersey City; Hudson County: Sterling Market, 157-159 Sterling Ave., Jersey City; Mercer County: Shoprite #566 of Hamilton Square, 1235 Route 33, Hamilton Square; Middlesex County: 7-Eleven #39020, 2090 Oak Tree Rd., Edison; Middlesex County: 7-Eleven #39718, 4000 Route 1 North, Monmouth Junction; Monmouth County: Wawa #934, 177 Route 34, Matawan; Morris County: Shoprite, 1153 Valley Rd., Stirling; Passaic County: Jackpocket, 355 Warwick Tpke., Hewitt; Union County: Riverside Supermarket, 1000 Sheridan Ave., Elizabeth; and, Warren County: Hope Country Liquors, 433 Hope Blairstown Rd., Hope.
The winning numbers for the Saturday, November 5, drawing were: 28, 45, 53, 56 and 69. The Red Power Ball number was 20. The Power Play was 3X. 488,818 New Jersey players took home an estimated $2,610,495 in prizes ranging from $4 to $300. The Powerball jackpot rolls to $1,900,000,000 for the Monday, November 7, drawing.
Double Play Results
The Double Play drawing results for the Saturday, November 5, drawing were: 04, 23, 27, 31, and 56. The red Double Play Power Ball number was 15. One New Jersey ticket was sold that matched four of the five white balls and the Double Play ball drawn winning the $50,000 third-tier prize. That ticket was sold at Burlington County: Liquor Mart, 224 Union Street, Fieldsboro.
Last night’s numbers were:
28 45 53 56 69 20
04 23 27 31 56 15 (Double Play)
What if nobody finds the winning ticket for tomorrow’s drawing? As always with Powerball, the jackpot money will remain until someone wins. A single person or group of people will win every jackpot. Awarding a jackpot to a winner or winners is the only option to disburse the advertised prize money.
In an office lottery pool or friendly jackpot squad? We recommend having important rules in place before any drawing, including an exact list of who is in each drawing. Make sure copies of the ticket are shared with everyone before the drawing, and consider receipts for paying members of any lottery pool. If somebody misses a payment collection day, are they in the drawing or not? Visit our site for a full list of recommendations, have all members of your squad review the guidelines, and remember to keep it fun!
Our website features important information for players, including Powerball odds & prizes. If a player believes they have a winning ticket, we recommend signing the back of the ticket and taking a picture of both sides for security before checking the ticket with our app, website, or any New Jersey Lottery retailer. A winner of a large prize may wish to seek financial and legal consultation.
Create an agreement that spells out the rules of your office pool and put them in writing. Some things to consider:
Who is in your Jackpot Squad? Make sure to include the names and phone numbers of everyone involved in your Jackpot Squad.
How often is each member of your Jackpot Squad contributing? Is your Squad just in for the big jackpot or playing every draw?
How much is each member of your Jackpot Squad contributing? Are you providing proof/receipts for payments?
Will your Squad let the Lottery terminal choose the numbers (Quick Pick) or not?
What day are you collecting for ticket purchasing? If a regular Squad member is not present on lottery collection day will they be included or excluded?
Should your Jackpot Squad set an amount for what is considered a small prize? If the Jackpot Squad wins a small prize, do you split the prize equally or put it back into the pool to play again?
Have all the members of your Jackpot Squad review the guidelines. This is essential in keeping group play fun and controversy free.
2. Pick a Leader
Pick a leader who will be in charge of the Jackpot Squad. The leader will be responsible for collecting the money, buying the tickets, making copies, keeping track of winning, etc.
3. Copy or Photograph Tickets
Make copies or photograph the front and back of the tickets PRIOR to each drawing and distribute them to each member of your Jackpot Squad. Winnings can be big or small. The more eyes checking the numbers ensures you won’t miss any payouts.
4. Keep the Ticket Secure
Keep the original tickets in a safe place and don’t lose them. They could be worth millions!