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CLEVELAND (WJW) — An Ohio Lottery scratch-off ticket sold in Austintown paid out $2.5 million.

The final top prize for the lottery’s $10 scratch-off game “$250,000 a Year for Life” was claimed by The EAS Trust, whose trustee is Jeffrey D. Heinz, according to a Wednesday news release from the lottery.

The ticket was sold at Colla’s Market along Mahoning Avenue in Austintown, according to the release. The trust will get a lump-sum payment of $2.5 million before taxes.

A special drawing picked the top prize winner from among a pool of 76 tickets with an entry symbol for the drawing.