updated 12/28/2009 4:32:20 PM ET 2009-12-28T21:32:20

Anyone who bought a Powerball ticket in Georgetown is going to want to double-check it.

Kentucky lottery officials say there was a single $128.6 million winning Powerball ticket sold in Georgetown, 65 miles east of Louisville, making it the largest jackpot won in the history of the state lottery.

The winning ticket was sold at the ProTravel Marathon station on Success Drive in Georgetown, lottery officials announced Monday.

The Powerball drawing was Saturday night. The winning numbers were: 32-36-37-41-53 with a Powerball of 30.

He said prior to this jackpot, the largest jackpot won in Kentucky was $89.3 million in January, 1996, Lottery spokesman Chip Polston said. He said the last Powerball winner in the state was December 12, 2007, when a Bullitt County man won $33.6 million.

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