A South Jersey Wawa became the scene of a bloody love triangle Sunday.
The wild scene played out inside and outside the Wawa store along the 800 block of N Black Horse Pike in Runnemede, Camden County around 10:30 a.m.
Runnemede Police said it all began when a woman from Voorhees tried to track down her estranged husband who is now dating a woman from New York before he headed down to Georgia.
The unidentified wife used a tracking app to track the man to the Wawa store where she spotted the other woman -- identified as Shenandoah Goldsby of Far Rockaway, Queens -- in her husband's car at the gas pumps, according to investigators.
The wife, Sayidah Davis, approached the car and allegedly punched Goldsby in the head.
"Miss Goldsby then exits the vehicle with a knife, allegedly stabbing Miss Davis several times in the side and arm," said Runnemede Police Chief Paul Bailey.
An unidentified gas station attendant saw the fight and tried to break it up getting stabbed in the arms in the process.
Davis' husband, John Davis, was using the restroom at the time.
Police say the fight spread into the store as Davis tried to get away from Goldsby.
Both the wife and the Wawa worker were rushed to Kennedy Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Police expect to charge both women with assault and other charges.
The store was closed because of the bloody mess left inside, according to police.