Not its intact but the timing,
it would be the first cam belt to jump teeth after a belt shreds.
And first symptom of a jumped belt is lack of compression.
But it may have jumped enough to make the pistons hit the vales bending them,
again to compression.
And as you haven't stated engine size/fuel I can't advise on the cam timing procedure.
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