A mother and son from Middlesbrough who scooped £7.5m on the lottery plan to spent their money on a dream house and a new car. They also want to go to Disneyland in Florida because they haven't had a family holiday for seven years.
"I saw we'd matched three numbers and thought we'd won a tenner, then I realised we'd won £25. I then saw we'd matched for. When I saw we'd matched all six I thought it was just wishful thinking and I double and triple checked before calling John."
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