SAN JOSE -- Someone who bought a ticket at a San Jose convenience store came very close to winning a portion of Powerball's record $600 million jackpot, but missed the Powerball number, lottery officials said Saturday night.

That ticket was one of two in California that picked five numbers -- 10, 13, 14, 22 and 52 -- correctly, but missed the Powerball number 11. With such a large jackpot, both of the winners should still pocket a nice sum, California Lottery officials announced.

The winning San Jose ticket was purchased at a 7-Eleven store at 2440 Almaden Expressway. It is still unclear exactly how much the owner of that ticket will win.

Another ticket matching those five numbers was purchased in Taft in Kern County, lottery officials said.

No California tickets won the big jackpot.

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