A ticket sold in New Jersey hit the $40 million jackpot in Wednesday's Powerball drawing.
The Bergen County ticket matched all five white balls - 7, 19, 23, 50 and 54 - and the Powerball of 14 to win.
New Jersey Lottery officials said the winning ticket was sold at Rocklins Stationers, 458 Cedar Lane, Teaneck.
The jackpot in Wednesday's drawing was an estimated $40 million for the annuity, or $26.8 million in cash.
No other ticket hit the jackpot, though a Tennessee ticket holder will win $2 million for matching the five white balls and purchasing the ticket with the power play option.
Another ticket, sold in Washington state, also matched all five white balls and will win $1 million.
The drawing was the second consecutive Powerball drawing with a jackpot winner: A ticket sold in Tennessee won Saturday's $50 million top prize.
The jackpot for this Saturday's drawing now resets again to an estimated $40 million, or $26.8 million cash.