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Lottery winner in Mexico City gets box at Aztec Stadium

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Mexico City, Sep 15 (EFE) .- Ticket number 832,442, purchased in Mexico City, was the winner this Wednesday of the largest prize in the National Lottery draw for Mexico's Independence Day: a box in the Aztec Stadium valued at 20 million pesos (one million dollars). (Camera: AMÉRICA NERI)SHOT LIST: B-ROLL OF LOTTERY BOOTHS AND THE AZTEC STADIUM IN MEXICO CITY, MEXICO.

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