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Unfortunately, no one in New York State won Wednesday night Powerball jackpot.

However, two tickets each worth $1 million were sold in New York State.

Wednesday's Powerball jackpot was a whopping $632 million, the seventh-largest jackpot in Powerball history.

At least two people will be waking up as mega-millionaires after Wednesday night's drawing.

The winning numbers were 06-14-25-33-46 with a Powerball of 17.

Tickets sold in California and Wisconsin matched all of the numbers.

Across the nation, there were 14 $1 million winning tickets.

Winning tickets were sold in Arizona, California, Florida, Indiana, Maryland, Missouri, New Jersey, Texas and New York.

In New York, one of the winning tickets was sold in Kings County the other in Queens County.

The winning ticket sold in Kings County was sold at Patchen Gourmet Grill Corp located at 139 Patchen Avenue in Brooklyn.

The Queens winner was sold at Stop & Shop on Myrtle Avenue in Ridgewood.

The Powerball grand prize now resets to $20 million.

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