Driver cited in hit and run
Alcohol, dark road listed in accident report
The driver of a vehicle allegedly involved in a hit and run has been cited for refusing to take an intoxication test after her arrest.
According to the accident report filed by the Waupaca County Sheriff’s Office, Cindy S. Wulf, 57, New London, is accused of striking her husband, Michael E. Wulf, 57, at Hunting Road about 1,200 feet north of County Trunk G in the town of Dupont.
The pedestrian-vehicle accident occurred shortly before 2:30 a.m. Monday, Feb. 8.
According to the sheriff’s office, deputies found Michael Wulf in a ditch when they arrived at the scene. He was flown to Theda Clark Medical Center in Neenah for treatment of his injuries.
The report describes the scene as dark and at a curve. The pedestrian is described as having been in the roadway and not facing traffic.
Officers reported finding a 1999 GMC Yukon with what appeared to be fresh damage to the front of the vehicle at Wulf’s cabin on Hunting Road, about one-half mile north of the crash scene.
Cindy Wulf told deputies she drove home from a bar, but denied hitting her husband.
Contributing factors in the accident were listed as reduced alertness and the presence of alcohol.
No other charges have been filed at this time.