How a man from Baton Rouge turned his duck hunt into a $2 million jackpot
NATCHEZ – A man from Baton Rouge won a $2 million jackpot in a last-minute bet at a Mississippi casino recently, the Natchez newspaper reported Wednesday.
Terry Hill won while playing a progressive slot machine at the Magnolia Bluffs Casino Tuesday. Hill won after playing $34.
“I don't even know what I'm going to do with it,” he told the newspaper. “I haven't even thought that far ahead.”
Hill is president and part-owner of Milton J. Womack, Inc., a construction company.
According to the newspaper, Hill was duck hunting and, as usual, he and his friends stopped at the casino.
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