But at Jefferson Stratford Hospital, he was invited to join the hospital staff's lottery pool.
He was walking to buy a Mega Millions lottery ticket on Tuesday when he fell and broke his hip.
Procopsis' win comes after the $1.5 billion Mega Millions jackpot was claimed earlier this week in SC. They ended up winning a million bucks. That's because the odds of winning the jackpot are one in 292.2 million.
Ms Mickle told NBC 10 she didn't believe her uncle when he told her he'd won from his hospital bed.
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Unfortunately, the break means he'll need a hip replacement.
The Powerball jackpot has rolled over since it was last won in August, the lottery said. There, he told staffers about how disappointed he was that he hadn't been able to buy a ticket for the historic jackpot.
"We've been going through the drought and things are a bit tough at the moment ... we've been hanging in there", he said.
Livingston and his family were thrilled to hear the news and grateful that the hospital's staff made him feel like a part of the team, Kraemer said.