MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (AP) -- A Myrtle Beach woman has won $200,000 in the South Carolina Education Lottery on a scratch-off ticket.
For the second time in a year.
From the same store.
Nina Kaur got one of the winning tickets in the Go for the Gold game on Nov. 2 at Al's Food Mart on Highway 15. Kaur had won $200,000 in the Evergreen game last Nov. 10 with a ticket at Al's Food Mart.
Kaur says she thought the latest ticket was for $2,000 when she scratched the ticket.
Odds of winning the prize were 1 in 516,000.
Lottery officials it has happened once before. A man in Anderson won $200,000 twice within a year.