LAGOS (AFP) - Fire tore through a crowded neighbourhood of Nigeria’s largest city of Lagos on Wednesday, killing at least one person and injuring 30 others after a huge explosion rocked a building storing fireworks. The blast and fire led to panic in the densely packed area of Lagos, a city of some 15 million people, with residents jumping from windows to flee and others salvaging goods from their shops in the neighbourhood’s large market. Fireworks continued to explode well after the fire began while smoke was heavy and the blaze intense, making it difficult for rescue workers and firefighters to approach the scene. Huge crowds gathered in the area, including onlookers and those seeking to help.