Nearly nothing escaped the gunfire, but the people inside. Luckily, no one was hurt.
The people who live around it wouldn't even go on camera.
"We are scared to go to sleep at night," said one neighbor.
All Lorain police have said is they believe that violence is tied to other crimes.
On Friday, a Lorain Lieutenant said they will not talk about the shootings because they are part of an active investigation.
Hasan said it's going to take more than police to tackle the violence and potential gang activity in Lorain. Especially now.
"I think we can get a handle on the violence taking place, with all of us working in concert together...you know pastors, activists, whoever you are, schools, parents. You know we have to come back out in the streets and challenge and reach our young people," he said.
Imam Paul Hasan is now working with his organization, the International Council for Urban Peace, Justice and Empowerment, and others to address the problem, and violence in general in Lorain, at a gang summit they're hosting next month at Lorain High School.