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Does the fuel gage read any higher now that you put fuel in it? If so, It was probably out of gas like you suspected. However, running a vehicle out of gas is extremely ******* fuel pumps. If your fuel pump was worn, with a lot of miles, it is probably toast now.
It could be the gas could have had water in it, or the alternator could be going bad or car may need a tune up. If the gas was bad the car would start sputtering. You may need to add a bottle of dry gas. If the car is skipping before it turns off, it could need a tune-up. If the lights are going dim while the car is running and then just turns off, it could be the alternator.