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(WTVR) - Do you know where teenagers get their alcohol?

Mothers Against Drinking and Driving just released startling new statistics about where teens get their alcohol.

Research from Penn State reveals 26% of all high school drinkers say they get their alcohol from a parent or family member.

The research also reveals that parents are the number one influence over their children's decisions about drinking and that parental discussions about the perils of alcohol are critical.

The Mothers Against Drinking and Driving has dubbed Saturday, April 21st as a day to discuss the dangers of drinking and driving.