South Dakota brothers win the lottery in the same year

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — Luck seems to run in one South Dakota family.

Brothers Patrick and Bill Rose have both hit the lottery jackpot in the past year. The South Dakota Lottery says Patrick Rose, of Pierre, claimed a Dakota Cash jackpot of $86,450 last week. That comes 11 months after brother Bill Rose, from Fort Pierre, won a $390,000 Lucky for Life prize.

Patrick Rose says he buys lotto tickets every day, but was in disbelief when he saw that he won the Nov. 21 jackpot. He says he’ll pay off some bills and visit his daughters in Texas.

The Argus Leader says he has some advice for those playing the lottery. Do it wisely in moderation.


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