"Does not start" can mean different things. I am guessing the starter does not crank the engine fast enough for it to start and run. Based on the progression of symptoms, the typical cause is a failure of the charging system to recharge the battery. You should have seen the "battery" warning light on the dash. The car will be running on just the battery until it runs down, and that will last from a half hour to perhaps as much as an hour. As the voltage in the electrical system slowly drops, various computers will start to shut down, in this case, starting with the radio.
The engine should start with a jump-start, then immediately have the charging system tested. Those tests only take a few minutes. I have been reading way too much lately about the severe damage people do when jump-starting an engine incorrectly, or when they connect battery cables backward. When you connect jumper cables, one connects to the positive post on one car, and the positive post on the other car. The second cable connects to the negative post on both cars.
Tuesday, March 14th, 2017 AT 5:27 PM