Michigan nurse wins $4 million – plans to cut back on work
A nurse from Macomb County who won $4 million on a Michigan Lottery Mega-Bucks scratch-off ticket, claimed her prize in Lansing on Monday. The woman, who chose to remain anonymous so potential distant cousins like you can't bug her for a new fishing boat, decided to take the $2.5 million lump sum payment.
Will she be quitting her nursing job now? No, but according to the Detroit Free Press, after 28 years of working overtime, she will cut back to 40 hours a week.
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