AUSTINTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) — A winning lottery scratch-off for $2.5 million was sold at Colla’s Market in Austintown.

The final top prize for the Ohio Lottery’s $10 scratch-off, $250,000 a Year for Life, has been claimed on Wednesday by The EAS Trust, Jeffrey D. Heinz.

The EAS Trust will receive a lump sum payment of $2.5 million before taxes. 

The winner was chosen in the game’s top prize drawing, a special drawing for tickets with the TPD entry symbol. There were a total of 76 entries in the drawing.

A Youngstown woman and Warren man also won big in the Ohio Lottery this week.