A man's estranged wife and his girlfriend came to bloody blows outside and inside a South Jersey Wawa Sunday morning, reports say.
The estranged wife tracked her husband, who was planning to head down to Georgia with his girlfriend, to the convenience store using a smartphone app. Around 11 a.m., in the parking lot of the convenience store along the 800 block of North Black Horse Pike in Runnemede, the wife approached the car, in which the girlfriend sat alone, and punched her in the head. The wife then stabbed the girlfriend, according to NBC10.
A gas station attendant who tried to break up the fight was stabbed in the arm.
The fight spilled into the store and met the husband, who was just exiting the bathroom, reports said.
The fall out
The estranged wife and the store worker were taken to Kennedy Hospital.
Both reported non-life-threatening injuries.
Both women will be charged with assault.