This is what I found on FOXBUSINESS.COM:
Drinking and driving among teens is a problem no matter where you are, but it’s more common in some places than others.
For its report, the website used data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s High School Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System report.
The top 5 are:
4. South Carolina
States with larger shares of high school students who drink and drive tend to have more drunk driving deaths per capita. https://t.co/wjXqzim7Uo
— Lincoln Journal Star (@JournalStarNews) October 5, 2019
— Lisa J Truax (@LJTwGOD) October 12, 2019
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