As Fullscale stated, take it apart and find out the extent of the damage.
How mechanical are you ?
Chances the wheel bearings are shot and spindle maybe.
Check the spindle for wear mark, gouges and any bluing of the surface, I would think if there is a lot of noise and the bearing are moving around that much there will be wear on the shaft.
Once you determine the condition of the spindle (shaft) then buy the new parts.
Make sure to pack the bearings once you get them, pre-packed bearing are not always fully packed.
Do you know how to pack wheel bearings ?
Do you know how to retighten the spindle nut ?
Find out what is needed first, but new parts and get it done.
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