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Pregnant friend’s indigestion leads to winning lottery ticket

COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - A Columbia woman is $155,555 richer after stopping at a store to pick up some Rolaids for her pregnant friend.

The woman wouldn't have stopped at the El Cheapo on N. Main St. in Columbia for antacids and a lottery ticket, if it wasn't for a pregnant friend's indigestion.

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