Glad to hear that you're OK! For railroad tracks, definitely 90 degrees - as you've discovered they are great places to suck tires into. If they're at a wierd angle to the road, shoulder check and move out soon enough before you get to them. Ease over them, don't pedal and get your weight off the bike.
If you're not at 90, walking is probably your best option. I've bunnyhopped over them before but if you can't do that, get off and walk.
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