Lotto Win for Swindon Woman
Last Updated: Tuesday 7th July 2009, 12:07 pm
A Swindon woman is celebrating a £2.49 million Lotto win, brightening what she has described as being the worst year of her life. Nicky Cusack, who is 43, had been attacked by dogs in January as she sought to protect her children, and was diagnosed with breast cancer in April.
Nicky lives in Pinehurst, Swindon and works for Asda. She was only told a couple of weeks ago that the breast cancer is in remission, and the good news continued when she matched the six Lotto numbers required to scoop £2.49 million.
Despite being £2.49 million richer than she was a couple of weeks ago, she has no immediate intention of leaving work and will be returning in the near future.
Like many people who have battled cancer, Nicky has been given plenty of support by the Macmillan Cancer Support organisation and she now says that she intends to give something back to that good cause.
Nicky still have some chemotherapy to proceed with, so whilst we congratulate her on her lottery win, we also wish her the best of luck and continued strength in the future. The road to full recovery probably won’t be a walk in the park, but fortunately it will be made considerably easier – at least from a financial perspective – now that Nicky has some lottery millions in the bank.
If this story of lottery success has inspired you to dream of your own lottery fortunes, buy lottery tickets online and see if you can’t be the next big winner.
There’s a rollover jackpot of £7.5 million up for grabs and another £36 million if you also play EuroMillions. The odds of you getting the lottery results you need to succeed in either game are exactly the same as the odds for anyone else, so go for it and see what happens. Good luck!
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