Just to jump in, I agree that we need to confirm everything and not make any assumptions when a vehicle is involved in an accident.
If the engine is just cranking then this could be one of 4 things, air, fuel, spark, or combustion.
In order to figure out if this is a pinched wire, sensor issue or other issues causing the crank no start, we need to find out what we don't have.
Clearly it is unlikely that this is an air or compression issue, so that means we need to find out if we have fuel pressure and spark. Knowing this info will tell us where to check next as there are only a few reasons for why you would not have them.
Starting with fuel is the best thing to do because it is the most likely issue but if you don't want to check the fuel pressure then we need to pull a spark plug and check for spark.
This could be a crank sensor issue due to a pinched wire but as Roy stated, we need to start somewhere so let's start crossing things off the list and find out what the pressure is today and then if you have spark, and we can make a better decision on what to do next.
Sunday, December 26th, 2021 AT 6:08 PM