at berth contends the ship damaged the CNX Coal Pier, run by Console Energy of Pittsburgh. "We're assessing what damage, if any, to the pier," says Joe Cerenzia, director of public relations for Console Energy, which runs 20 mines and ships more than 5 million tons of coal each year from the pier. He says the grounding caused "a delay of several hours" in getting the ship out of port, but no injuries. Cerenzia says the low water was unusual. "The last time anything like this happened it was Exodus," he quips. As of now the water is coming in a bit higher than normal, as all that water sloshes back into the bay.