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The first thoughts are either a frozen bearing or locked up brake.

you could have a caliper that is stuck on the brake.
This could be due to crud, or a bad emergency brake operation.

If its a frozen bearing it should have been making noise for awhile.

Thry putting the parking brake on and off several times to see if it frees up

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