News 5 reported that 3 employees of TimkenSteel Faircrest Plant in Canton in Ohio were taken to the hospital after an explosion at the facility. Perry Township Fire Department Chief Mr Larry Sedlock with told News 5 that when his team arrived a little after 10:30 PM on Tuesday night, they found boxes on fire all over the plant. He told “It was a bad situation last night. We found out the boxes were ignited from an explosion from within the second floor of the melt shop there, which blew fire and debris out the building and out the windows which ignited the boxes on fire.”TimkenSteel said “We received a report at approximately 10:30 PM EDT on July 26, 2022, of an incident at TimkenSteel’s Faircrest plant in Canton in Ohio. TimkenSteel employees immediately responded and contacted emergency services and three employees were transported to the hospital for treatment and evaluation. The safety and wellbeing of our employees is a top priority, and we are continuing to investigate the cause of the incident.”TimkenSteel spun off as its own company from The Timken Company in 2014. TimkenSteel creates tailored steel products and services for demanding applications & supplies large alloy steel bars up to 16 inches in diameter and seamless mechanical tubing made of its special bar quality steel, as well as supply chain and steel services. Faircrest Steel Plant features more than 20 acres under its roof on a 450 acre site near Canton in Ohio and houses individual steelmaicing, ingot and continuous casting and steel processing facilities. Since the plant's first 175-ton electric arc furnace poured its initial heat of steel on in 1985, the Faircrest Steel Plant became one of the industry’s most advanced alloy steel manufacturing facilities m the world.