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So far this looks like the EVAP system has been filled with liquid fuel instead of vapors and the system has done a purge to try and clean it out which resulted in alot of fuel dumping into the engines intake and it has flooded it out. I recommend you remove the EVAP vacuum hose from the intake and plug both ends then try to get the car to start. If you can get it to start then have a shop address the EVAP system. This should still be under warranty since it is an emissions related issue.
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