Tomcat running, port 80 connection refused error

At first, everything was fine, until today. My site (running on Apache Tomcat) gave a No Data Received error page in Chrome. I panicked, and tried port 8080. It worked. Port 80 was failing. So I tried doing SSH to my EC2 Instance, and restarting tomcat. The restart worked, but my site still failed. I tried using sudo curl localhost:80 on my instance (Ubuntu Linux AMI), and I got this error: curl: (7) Failed connect to localhost:80; Connection refused. What does it mean, and more importantly, how can I fix this issue?

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Often if you are running Tomcat on port 80, you are proxying through a web server (Apache, nginx, etc.). It may be that your webserver failed. (as posted by @datasage)


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