VANCOUVER - B.C.'s latest lotto millionaire says he feels like he's been hit over the head after winning a share of last Saturday's record 6-49 jackpot.
Chad Seguin won $15.8 million out of the total jackpot of $63 million, which was the largest single lottery prize in Canadian history.
He says he checked his ticket at a gas station the morning the numbers came in and could barely call his wife to tell her the good news.
Sequin, a retail salesman with two children, says his family still needs time for the big win to sink in.
He says he'll pay off his mortgage, and maybe buy a Porshe or a take a vacation.
He's one of four people, one in Alberta and three in B.C., who split the jackpot. (CKNW)
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