Rodney Meadows had the biggest stroke of luck in his life after winning two major prizes.
A California man did the impossible after winning a $1,000 scratch-off prize.
He immediately spent some of his win, $30, on more tickets for the 30th Anniversary California game and won $10 million!
The Modesto Fast Mart store where Rodney bought both lucky tickets.
Rodney Meadows, of Modesto, Calif., was out running errands November 23, and spent $30 on multiple 30th Anniversary California tickets at a convenience store in Modesto.
KCRA-TV reports that Meadows decided to buy three more tickets a minute later and that's when he scratched the ticket that made him a millionaire.
Rodney won $1,000 on the first ticket he bought before winning the $10 million prize.
One of the three new lottery tickets proved to be a top prize-winning $10 million ticket for Meadows, who was presented by lottery officials with a giant check.
“First off, I could not believe it," Meadows told lottery officials. "I had to ask the clerk at the store and he said, ‘You better check it again on the machine.'"
Meadows scratched $1,000 and came back again, said Fast Mart Manager Lakhvir Singh.
The machine was correct and now the store where he purchased the tickets, Fast Mart, will receive a $50,000 bonus for selling the winning $10 million ticket.
Making the double win even more striking, is the fact that Meadows, who says he has not made any decisions yet on how to spend his winnings, has won $1,000 twice before.
This former $1 million winner at the shop wished Meadows all the best for his future.
Meadows previously won $1,000 on two lottery tickets.
“I’ve been playing the California Lottery since day one,” Meadows told lottery officials, adding that he buys lottery tickets four or five times each week.
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