Julie Leach holds a cheque for $310.5 million above her head
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Powerball lottery winner in Michigan quits 'nasty, dirty' job

A supervisor at a Michigan fibreglass factory who won $310.5 million (£203 million) says she quit her "nasty, dirty" job "on the spot".

Julie Leach says she was having a "really bad night" at work when the Michigan resident took her meal break and realised she had won the multistate lottery Powerball.

The payout is the second biggest in Michigan's history.

Video journalist: Andrew Webb

  • 08 Oct 2015
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