Florida Lotteries is posting its haste post on Twitter to save $200 million to $300 million over three years.
The lottery is asking people to use the hashtags #floridatracker and #flotrack in the next hour to help it save money.
The post is an attempt to clear up any confusion about when lottery winners and winners-to-be can begin making payments.
The Florida Lotters’ Marketing Director John Kiefer said he was told by the lottery that lottery winners could begin making cash payments by Monday, but it hasn’t officially announced when they can begin.
He also told The Verge that he did not know how long the lottery will wait to begin payments.
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JERUSALEM (AP) An Israeli company has found the bodies of four people who died in an accident on the country’s main thoroughfare.
Jerusalem Post reports that police found the body of one of the victims near the intersection of Tel Aviv’s Old Port and Jerusalem’s Shomron streets early Monday.
It’s unclear if the victims were Palestinian or Israeli.
The post says that the bodies were found at the junction of the main thoroughfares.
It says the police were alerted about the incident after receiving a report of a car speeding and then stopping.
It says the vehicles were hit by the vehicle carrying the victims.
It didn’t say who was in the car.
Police were investigating and that there may be more bodies buried at the scene, according to the post.
The car, which belongs to the same company that found the victims, is believed to have been involved in a similar accident last month.
Jericho police spokeswoman Luba Abouhlaq said that there are no reports of injuries or deaths related to the incident.