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Check to see if your timing belt broke. Remove the Distributor cap and watch the rotor as the engine cranks. If the rotor spins then the Timing belt is at least in place. If it doesn't spin then the Timing chain/belt has broken and will need to be replaced. You will also have to have the valves checked to verify they have not bent after making contact with the piston heads.
If there is a distributor on this model,remove the cap and rotor,and dry them out with wd 40 and blow them out,including the distributor,with air.Do not leave the wd 40in the cap,or distributor.Dry them out with dry paper towel.This should get you started back up.Let it run and watch gauges and it will dry itself out even more.