Gasoline misery persists for LI drivers
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There was more gasoline misery Wednesday for Long Island motorists.
Ten days after superstorm Sandy, a nor'easter added to the high anxiety over gas supplies. Once again, stations that were open had long lines.
The AAA estimated that 60 percent to 65 percent of Long Island gas stations were selling fuel Wednesday, the same percentage as the day before. The motorist group bases its number...