the "local" keyword will tell your AAA config to look to the local (on the router) user database.
In your configuration file you'll have the "username" command with the username and passwds specified. If you did not make these then you'll need to perform recovery operations. If you did not save the configuration to memory then you can reboot and get back to where you were. If you did write memory, then you'll need to boot, enter Rommon, change config register to 0x2142, boot the router up, copy start run, and delete all your AAA stuff or add appropriate local accounts. Change the config register value back to what it was (e.g. 0x2102).
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