Malvern, Ohio residents saw smoke from miles away as American Axle & Manufacturing’s Colfor Manufacturing plant went up in flames on Tuesday morning.

The fire’s cause has yet to be determined, and no injuries have been reported to the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office. However, the fire is affecting local school systems and water infrastructure in Malvern.

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Browns Local Schools closed Malvern Elementary School for the day, citing “zero water pressure and concerns over smoke and traffic from the Colfor Fire.” State Route 43 at Route 183 is closed due to the fire.

However, WKYC notes that middle school students just have a delayed opening. Meanwhile, high schoolers must find a way to school without buses.

The AAM Colfor Manufacturing plant produces car parts, including transmission shafts, axle shafts and wheel spindles. They supply General Motors, Chrysler and Ford with products, according to WOIO.

About 300 people are said to work at the plant. It’s unclear if anyone was working when the fire broke out early Tuesday morning.

A firefighter works at the scene of the Bobcat Fire burning on hillsides near Monrovia Canyon Park in Monrovia, California on September 15, 2020 A firefighter works at the scene of the Bobcat Fire burning on hillsides near Monrovia Canyon Park in Monrovia, California on September 15, 2020 Photo: AFP / RINGO CHIU