Gas customers brave the cold Monday as they wait on...

Gas customers brave the cold Monday as they wait on a long line at the U.S. Gas station on Route 112 in Medford. (Nov. 5, 2012) Credit: James Carbone

Long Islanders have spent much of the last week searching for gas in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

Newsday's reporters have seen both the best and worst of humanity as the problem has persisted.

Now we want to hear your stories. Who has spent hours in line to fill up a tank, then did the same for an elderly neighbor? Where are folks cutting in line and raising tempers? Have you seen any price gouging or violent behavior?

Please tell us your stories in the comments section below.

Photo: Gas customers brave the cold Monday as they wait on a long line at the U.S. Gas station on Route 112 in Medford. (Nov. 5, 2012)

A tipster says he told the state about buried drums at Bethpage Community Park nearly a decade ago. Newsday's Ken Buffa reports. Credit: Newsday/Daddona / Pfost / Villa Loarca

Uncovering the truth about the chemical drums A tipster says he told the state about buried drums at Bethpage Community Park nearly a decade ago. Newsday's Ken Buffa reports.

A tipster says he told the state about buried drums at Bethpage Community Park nearly a decade ago. Newsday's Ken Buffa reports. Credit: Newsday/Daddona / Pfost / Villa Loarca

Uncovering the truth about the chemical drums A tipster says he told the state about buried drums at Bethpage Community Park nearly a decade ago. Newsday's Ken Buffa reports.

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