Another death last night in the Jacksonville area..that police say is the result of a broken-down car.... The accident was on I-295 at Baymeadows Road.. that ... along with the death of Vernon Stephens after HIS car broke down on the Matthews Bridge ... brings up the question: Do YOU know how to stay safe if YOUR car breaks down on a busy roadway? Channel 4's Alicia Booth has been talking to troopers about what they say is best to do in that situation... Alicia. 3 3 3 Let's say you have car trouble on a busy road like this one.. troopers say get that car as far off the road as possible. How far away you can get will determine what you do next. 3 00-05 19-23 52-56It's dangerous enough these days just DRIVING in traffic..But breaking down in the middle of it.. is another dangerous story altogether.Just ask Billy Delahunt.."It's like NASCAR 500 out here." Delahunt and his parents got stuck on the shoulder of i-295."We were just riding down the road and the car started running hot and we had to pull off." But sometimes pulling off is just not enough to stay safe. Troopers tell us, Sunday night, an 88 year old man died and a 76 year old woman was seriously hurt after their car broke down on 295 near Baymeadows Road, the result of another car hitting them.Sgt. Dylan Bryan of the Florida Highway Patrol tells us..don't be afraid to call them..Simply call áFHP or á347 and they will be there to protect you. "For us, you know, that's part of our bread and butter. We will take care of that as quickly as possible." First priority, though .. get the vehicle far away from traffic, even beyond the emergency lane if possible."In addition to that we suggest illuminate your emergency equipment, like your hazards or any type of visual aid to alert motorists that are approaching you." There are no set rules about whether you should you get out or stay in.. but,, "If a crash occurs or your vehicle is disabled and it comes to stop in the lanes of traffic, then at that point, I suggest get out and get to safety." Sgt. Bryan also says..keep your vehicle running if possible. That way the safety equipment will work..and.."If youre leaving the car, at least keep the hazards on. That way law enforcement or other officers driving throughout the area can see that there is assistance in need, and you know, secure the vehicle properly." And if you stay with the car.. do what Delahunt's mom did..stay buckled up. 3 Police or troopers are the ones who call Safe Tow for you.They load your car right up onto a wrecker and get you out of there. Coming up at six - we will take a look at the timeline surrounding the Mathews Bridge accident. You can also read more about both accidents on news-4-jax- dot-com. Look under our top stories.