Lottery winners donate an ambulance

December 7, 2009 by  
Filed under Lottery Winners

A winning lottery syndicate from New Zealand, aptly named “Irish Luck” scooped the Ultimate Lifestyle jackpot prize playing the New Zealand Big Lottery Wednesday game when their six lottery numbers were drawn. However in an unselfish act, the lottery winners have donated an ambulance for the local Wairarapa Ambulance Service.

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Siobhan Logan, Fiona Wilton, their mother Margaret Heaney and her granddaughter Alicia have played the New Zealand Lottery Big Wednesday game together ever since Margaret could no longer afford to buy lottery tickets on her own following the death of her husband. So the family all clubbed together buying lottery tickets between them, spreading the cost, a move which proved very valuable for them when they won the $36 million Big Wednesday prize. But after winning this huge fortune the lucky lottery syndicate decided to give something back to their local community by donating a brand new, filly kitted ambulance and specialist medical equipment to the local ambulance service.

The New Zealand lottery’s Big Wednesday game is a lottery draw with a difference. Not only do lucky Big Wednesday lottery winners get their hands on big cash jackpots but they also win luxury prizes including; Audi R8 and Porsche Cayenne sports cars, American Express Platinum Cards loaded with $250,000 and even luxury speedboats.

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