A number of people from the Hudson Valley recently purchased jackpot-winning lottery tickets.

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A lottery ticket worth nearly $60,000 was sold in Westchester County. The winner is for Monday's Take-5 drawing. The winning numbers were 01-07-12-31-24

The ticket worth $58,872 was sold at Ekam Shop Deli Grocery in Mount Vernon.

Two New Yorkers won the top prize for last Wednesday's Take-5 drawing, according to the New York State Lottery. The winning numbers were 02-06-09-10-32.

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One winning ticket was sold in Dutchess County the other in Schenectady County. The winning ticket sold in Dutchess County was purchased at the Beacon Quick Stop located on Route 52 in Beacon, the New York State Lottery reports.

Both tickets are worth $29,869.50, lotto officials say. The winning ticket sold in Schenectady County was purchased at JP Quick Stop on Main Street in Rotterdam Junction.

Two New Yorkers also won the top prize for Tuesday's Take-5 drawing, according to the New York State Lottery.

One winning ticket was sold in Putnam County the other in the Bronx. The winning ticket sold in Putnam County was bought at the Brewster Valero on Route 22 in Brewster. The other winning ticket was sold the Walnut Coffee Shop in the Bronx.

Both tickets are worth $30,994.50, lotto officials say. The winning numbers were 14-20-26-30-39.

Someone from New York City purchased a winning ticket for Mondays's Take-5 drawing. That ticket was sold at the La Esperanza Supermarket on Audubon Avenue. That ticket is worth $59,827.

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