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CANARSIE, Brooklyn — If you bought a Powerball ticket in Brooklyn for Wednesday night’s drawing, you could be waking up a millionaire.

A second-prize Powerball ticket for the Sept. 29 drawing, worth a guaranteed $1 million, was sold at a shop in Canarsie, according to the New York Lottery.

The winning ticket was purchased a Foster Island Corporation at 9702 Foster Ave., the NY Lottery said.

Wednesday’s winning Powerball numbers were: 2, 7, 11, 17, 32 and a Powerball of 11.

If the winner chose the Power Play option, they could have won up to $2 million.

However, there was still no jackpot-winning ticket sold.

The Powerball jackpot now soars to $620 million ahead of the next drawing on Saturday, Oct. 2.

Should a jackpot-winning ticket be sold, the cash pay-out option is valued at $446 million.

Just last week, a $432 million Mega Millions jackpot-winning ticket was sold in a Midtown Manhattan pizza shop.