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You'll need to swap your spring and strut over (use a spring compressor
unless you like losing parts of your face), otherwise that side may sit a little high. If the 99 is automatic, you'll need to re-use your CV joint/axle (the hub is the same though). As long as it wasn't driven much, the axle and cv joints should be fine. If one of the boots is split, replace the axle.
If the transmission is leaking around the axle, now's a good time to get a new axle seal - it can be (carefully) pried out once the axle is out, and a block of wood and a mallet will get the new one in. And it will dump out a lot more oil than you're expecting when you pop the axle out. You'll need a prybar to get it out of the transmission, don't try to yank it by the axle unless you like destroying CV joints.
Black ice is a bitch, I did pretty much the exact same thing about 10 years ago, with pretty much identical damage to my old Civic.
Get a new wheel too, it's more than likely bent to hell. Discount Tire has steel wheels for about $55, and can swap/balance the tire for about $10. Add sales tax.