Winning Powerball tickets sold in California, Tennessee and Florida

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CHINO HILLS, Calif. – The world's biggest lotto jackpot will be split three ways.

Three of the winning $1.6 billion Powerball tickets were in sold in California, Tennessee and Florida, according to lottery officials.

California Lottery broke the news on Twitter.

California Lottery spokesman Alex Traverso told The Associated Press early Thursday morning that the three previously announced winning tickets in the record $1.6 billion Powerball drawing represent all the grand-prize winners. No more will be forthcoming.

The winning Powerball numbers were 8-27-34-4-19 with a Powerball of 10.

The winners can opt for annual payments over decades or a lump-sum payment.

None of the winners' identities have yet been revealed.

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