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It is likely a completely dead battery to blame and the lock actuators will not work. From under the vehicle you can power the battery to get the doors and hood open. Use a charger or jumper cables. COnnect black to the frame like a clean bolt on the subframe. Then the red to the large wire on the alternator. If you can not reach it then use a long screwdriver clamped in the jumper cable and touch the bolted on large wire at the alternator. Have an assistance then plug in the charger and or connect the jumper cables to another battery. Then press the unlock on your key fob. This should get you access to address the battery concern.
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Sorry I back spaced out a line. Depending on which engine you have ( for access purpose not the way it is wired), you can do the same things at the starter motor