There was a “hit & run” in the Village of Sister Bay Sunday evening. Just before 9:00 PM, a 27 year-old Sister Bay woman was heading south on Country Walk Drive behind the Piggly Wiggly she when failed to negotiate the left curve in the road. Her Chevrolet Cruze sedan left the roadway and clipped an anchor wire for a utility pole before leaving the ground. Her car then landed front first into the ground a few feet from an apartment building. She then traveled across more grass lawn before striking the front of a truck parked in the parking lot, and then drove away. A sheriff’s deputy arrived to the scene and noticed a front bumper of the car broken off and laying near the apartment building. He then noticed a pool of fluid from that bumper to the truck that was struck. From that spot there was a trail of fluid leaving the scene. The deputy followed the trail to the car which was parked in another lot just down the road. Contact was then made with the Sister Bay woman who admitted to crashing her vehicle. She had a suspected minor injury but received no medical transport. Her vehicle had functional damage but was not towed. She was given citations for failure to keep her vehicle under control, failure to notify police of an accident, failure to wear a seat-belt, and operating a motor vehicle without a valid license.