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I have no power at all in my car (1995 Mustang

I left my car in the on position last nite in the morning I had absolutely no power my car has always started even in the cold cold winter and there is no block heater.
I thought the battery was dead so I had my neighbor jump start it for me. It would start but it is not charging and it will only run for about 3 minutes and then it stops. but the battery does not go rattke rattle when I try to start it it is just dead. When my neighbour jumped it the first he had the cables on backwardso it started to smoke can you help

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