How to fix a blown up Surron bike

A California man who lost his Surron motorcycle after being shot by police in a car crash has learned how to fix it.ABC News reports that 33-year-old Joseph C. Cordero was riding his Surrons in the parking lot of a grocery store in Santa Rosa when a police car pulled up behind him and opened fire.

Cordero says he was standing on the curb with his hands in the air when the gunfire broke out.

He was shot in the leg and taken to a hospital, where he later died.CORDO’S SURRON BLOWUP Corderos family said in a statement Tuesday that they were shocked and saddened to learn about Corderos death.

The statement said Corderocs family is asking for privacy during this difficult time.

Cordos brother, Tony Corderolo, told ABC News that he was working as a security guard at a store when Corderozs motorcycle suddenly rolled away from him.

Tony Corderolos said he was walking along the curb when the motorcycle suddenly slammed into him.

He said CORDO’s motorcycle was smashed, his bike was gone and the car that hit him was a police vehicle.

CORDOs family said they have been told by police that Corderodos motorcycle was a stolen one.

Cords family has set up a GoFundMe page to help cover funeral expenses.

The campaign has raised more than $20,000.