Hyundai Accent Won’t Start, Why

My car stalled going up a driveway, and now the car will not start. The engine will not turn over, doesn’t crank. My battery is fine, I even tried boosting the car, nothing. My OBD reader shows no codes. I don’t think it’s my starter, because the car stalled while going up a driveway, it’s not that it was cold in the morning, I was driving it for half an hour and then it stopped in a driveway. What else could it be? Would appreciate any help, kinda stuck on this.

I checked the starter and fuel pump relay, they work. Can it be the fuel pump, and how do I diagnose this? Has anyone else had similar problems? It’s a 2001 Hyundai Accent GL 1.6 DOHC 5 speed manual. What else could it be, I can’t start it to take it to the shop. And they charge a lot to look and repair.
I tried roll starting, didn’t work. My electronics do come on, so I don’t think there’s a problem with the alternator. Could it be that the car thinks it’s not in neutral somehow, even with the clutch down and stick in neutral, is there an electric component that tells the car it’s in neutral? I do here the starter clicking, would this happen if the car wasn’t in neutral. If the battery were the problem, would the car start if I pushed it first? I tried a rolling start but it didn’t work.

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