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First thing to check is oil pressure readings. We don't want to even try to start it again without knowing for sure that pressure is good.
There is nothing you can do where you're at, you need an oil pressure gauge to start with and the tools to remove the oil sender to attach the gauge to. Sorry for this news, but unfortunately you'll need more assistance where you're at. I'm just the messenger here. I wouldn't try to start it, or you can make it worse.