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With the oil light coming on and the brake pedal being hard to press I would say that the engine stopped hence no vacuum -no power assist from the booster.- hard brake pedal. The lock uo feeling may come from the engine seizing up while you were still in gear
If it is has an automatic trans, and it stalls when you put it in reverse or drive, it could be the idle air control valve. You would be able to speed up the engine with the gas pedal to keep the engine from stalling if this is the case. The computer should bump up the idle speed when the engine is under load by controlling the air going into the intake. If the engine stalls suddenly it could be the torque converter clutch.