If worse comes to worse, you might consider pulling the plugs, giving each cylinder about a tablespoon of motor oil, reinstalling the plugs, and attempting a start then.
If the engine fires up then the problem could be due to the lowered compression. In theory a 130 should run but that’s not always a given.
I’m reminded of the Dodge a dealer I worked for had on the lot that would not even cough one morning. Compression on 8 cylinders varied from about 90 to 125. The vehicle was given the motor oil treatment and it fired right up with compression returning to the normal 175-180 and never a problem again.
The lot porter had fed the vehicle too much ether one very cold morning while trying to start it and the starting fluid had washed the cylinder walls down which in turn lowered the compression.