Man wins lottery at same gas station he won $1 million six years prior

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It hurts to see other people living your dreams, and one man from Massachusetts has lived them twice, winning two different lotteries.

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Kevin Miller, of Montague, Massachusetts, won his second lottery, $25,000 a year for life, in a multi-state lottery game, Lucky for Life, state lottery officials shared.

While that would be enough to make anyone happy, his win comes six years after winning a $1 million prize in Massachusetts' state lottery. That win came while playing the state's "Cadillac Riches" game.

As if he needed any more luck, Miller purchased both of his winning tickets from the exact location -- a Food City in Turners Falls.

With his last win, instead of taking the $25,000 a year, he took a one-time payment of $390,000 before taxes, officials shared.

The Food City will also get a kickback for selling Miller his winning ticket, receiving a $5,000 bonus from the Massachusetts State Lottery.

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