The problem that you may have is that by running it completely dry of oil you may have overheated internal engine parts which then wear extremely quickly. They also get extremely hot and can melt causing the engine to seize.
If the engine oil pressure low warning comes on you have to shut off the engine immediately to prevent damage.
If the engine will not turn over at all by the starter then the first thing that would be checked is to try and turn the engine over by hand.
I do not have the specs for your vehicle here so I cannot provide you with a diagram unfortunately.
There will be a bolt at the centre of the crank pulley which you can turn with a socket and bar.
You will need to ensure the correct rotation of your engine first as turning in the opposite direction can cause the timing belt/chain to jump.
If you cannot turn the engine by hand then it will need to be stripped to inspect.
From your description it looks like you may have engine damage.
I would advise getting the vehicle towed and checked by a shop if you are not that mechanically minded.
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but at this stage it is better to not make things any worse if you can.
Wednesday, March 27th, 2019 AT 6:34 PM