Ok this is for everybody.
Before throwing in parts and hoping it will solve your problems, take a while and try and diagnose as much as you can, then replace the defective part.
WhyTry, first get a hold of a fuel pressure gauge and install it on your fuel rail and check the pressure. If it is zero, possibities are a fuel pump rely and EEC relay the inertia switch or a wiring problem.
If you do have fuel pressure then it has to be electrical. Spark related, primary or secondary side of ignition system. If the check engine light was on when you were driving then there should be a code stored in the memory. If it simply won't start then I doubt that there is a code.
Fuel pumps and relays and ignition systems are not sensors so there will not be any codes.
This gives me an idea for a thread....... good luck