Chicago man wins lottery while helping with Hurricane Sandy cleanup

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 When you do a good deed, you do not expect any monetary value in return. The planets were aligned for John Turner, a water mitigation and restoration technician for National Catastrophe Solutions of Chicago.

He went to New Jersey on November 4th, 2012 to help work on the Hurricane Sandy cleanup and decided to pick up an instant poker ticket. Turns out, he purchased the winning ticket and went home with $100,000!!

Good things do happen to good people :)

 

Peace & Love,

Jon

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