Moldy Sandy-damaged NJ Lottery tickets leads to workers’ comp claims

 Tuesday, July 9, 2013

 Lottery Post

Two New Jersey Lottery employees allegedly sickened by moldy Superstorm Sandy-damaged scratch-off tickets are looking to be compensated for some unlucky circumstances. The employees, who filed worker’s compensation claims, were exposed to approximately 400,000 stinky lottery tickets for more than six months in a warehouse at the state lottery headquarters in Lawrence and were asked to audit the tickets by their superiors. An account of the conditions from one warehouse employee was reported shortly before the tickets were removed on May 9.
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