Six men wounded, one dead, one with life-threatening injuries in Friday night San Francisco shooting

Six men were shot Friday night in San Francisco, and one of them has died, one other has life-threatening injuries and the other four's injuries aren't life-threatening, police said this afternoon.

One man died in the shooting, which happened around 11 p.m. Friday at the area of Third Street and Quesada Avenue, according to police. The man who died was a 20-year-old San Francisco resident, police said.

Five other men suffered injuries in the shooting, according to police. One of the men sustained life-threatening injuries, while the injuries to the other four aren't deemed life-threatening.

All five of the surviving victims are San Francisco residents, according to police. The man with life-threatening injuries is 24 years old, police said.

According to police, the injuries suffered by the remaining four men are not life-threatening. The remaining four men are 26, 23, 31 and 19 years old, respectively.

Preliminary information is that the men were standing next to each other and six people were shot, police said.

Anyone with information on the shooting is asked to call the SFPD 24-Hour Tip Line at (415) 575-4445.