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Something really bad happened to my baby this past weekend. 2001 f250 with 7.3.

Something really bad happened to my truck this past weekend. I was pulling my dump trailer which was loaded with 1000lbs or so of broken up concrete. Suddenly I heard my belt squealing. I was only 1 mile from my house so I limped her home. Once I got home, I opened the hood and noticed the belt was shredding and my antifreeze reservoir was empty. I added some water and noticed that as fast as I poured in the water, it was running out of a pulley that sat in the middle of the front of the engine. I looked a little further and realized that my engine looked cocked to the side and leaning back. I then noticed that the fan blade was hitting the top coolant hose. Is it possible that I broken an engine mount and it caused the engine to move? Why is the water leaking out of the engine? Has this ever happened to any of you and where should I start? Thank you in advance!!
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