A train traveling at 60 mph can take more than a mile to come to a complete stop. If your vehicle gets stuck on a railroad track, don't spend any time trying to free your vehicle. Get out of your vehicle and walk quickly at about a 45-degree angle to the tracks in the direction from which you expect trains to approach. That way, if your vehicle is hit, you won't be struck by flying debris. Call 911 or the telephone number on the railroad crossing sign for assistance.