March 31, 2012 12:00 AM
While no one won the top prize in the Tri-State, not everyone was left empty-handed. There were 17 second prize winners in New York, five in New Jersey and one in Connecticut, according to the Mega Millions website.
One of those was sold by Bob Patelle at his store near Penn Station.
“I’m feeling really good that my store got this kind of opportunity. I was hoping full prize but anyhow,” he told CBS 2′s Don Dahler.
Each of those winners will take home $250,000.
Scott Irvine of Teaneck managed to get a few matching numbers and came away with $11.
“Look at that, it’s better than nothing,” Irvine said. “I’ll take it.”
Others hope the winners will appreciate their new found fortune.
“I hope it’s a married couple that is struggling, that’s got two kids,” one man told WCBS 880′s Sophia Hall "
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