Three winners of the record-breaking U.S. lottery jackpot now face a series of decision after winning a share of the $656 million prize Friday, the Wall Street Journal said.
Tickets sold in Kansas, Illinois and Maryland matched all six numbers in Friday's drawing. None of the winners had come forward as of Sunday evening.
One winning ticket was purchased at a Motomart in Red Bull, Ill., a town about an hour south of St. Louis. The Motomart owners will receive $500,000 based on that state's lottery rules.
Another winning ticket was sold at a 7-Eleven just outside Baltimore. The couple that owns the store will receive $100,000.
The total payout if all three winners take the money in lump-sum payments will be $474 million.