Newfoundland man wins lottery, plans to trade in bike for convertible
MONCTON, N.B. – It was the first lottery ticket Wayne Hiltz had ever purchased – and it turned out to be a good investment.
Hiltz, a resident of Bay Roberts, N.L., won $2 million when he scratched the ticket a few days ago.
He says he read the rules on the ticket a dozen times before he called Atlantic Lottery to confirm the win.
Hiltz says he plans to trade in his bike – his only mode of transportation – for a new Ford Mustang convertible.
He also plans to take a trip and build a new home, probably a log cabin.
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