An unsolved quadruple shooting at this Northwest Jacksonville car wash is putting families in the neighborhood on high alert ... Some are wondering if their community will ever be safe. 3 Some neighbors tell us they're afraid to leave their homes .. because of what's believed to have been a drive-by shooting last night at a busy intersection. Someone shot four people ... two men, two women... at a car wash at West 35th Street and Moncrief last night. Channel 4's Alicia Booth is joining us LIVE.Alicia, how are the shooting victims doing? 3 3 3 The good news is none of those injuries appears to be life- threatening.. but people who live here tell us they feel threatened.This is a busy area..I'm in the parking lot of Clanzel Brown Park .. across the street is a big apartment complex.. and a convenience store..any one at any at any of thse places could have been in the line of fire. 3 0-05 20-25 31-36 53-58 1'10- 1'15 1'26-1'30It was a bad combination.A large crowd and bullets flying.The police say two men and two women were shot at this car wash on the corner of 35th and Moncrief about 10:30 last night..It's a place no one is supposed to be that time of night.Car wash manager Willie Turner says, unfortunately, it's not a new problem. "Once we close the car wash down there should be nobody up here causing nothing like that up here. I was told there was cars and people hanging around up here inside the lot when they shouldn't have been up here cuz it's private property." "As criminals get more brazen, the potentialfor innocent victims skyrockets.For example, this pool is going to ope in just a couple of weeks. It will be packed with children.It's right across the way from where the shooting happened."Also part of Clanzell Brown park is a Jacksonville-run senior center, which the coordinator tells us is one of the brightest spots of the neighborhood. "It makes me feel sad because that's one of the reasons why this center probably is not full because the seniors are probably afraid to come out."It's a concern echoed by James Glover who used to coach playground softball and baseball in this neighborhood when it was a much safer place to live. "I mean nowadays if you step on a guy's tennis shoes, he wanna shoot ya or get made and want to jump on you. It doesn't make any.. it's just bad."And for women like Flavia Singleton, not a day goes by she doesn't worry about her 7 year old girl. "As a mom, what concerns you about this? That could be anybody's child.. somebody's daddy.. " "All I can say is stay in the house." 3 Alicia, has the manager of the car wash said how he will keep people from trespassing on the property?