A small banner plane crashed into a building along a Florida beach Friday, killing the pilot in a heavily trafficked tourist area. Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue Battalion Chief Stephan Gollan told reporters the plane hit an 18-story condominium building just before noon and then fell several floors onto an outdoor pool deck. He said the pilot was killed, but no other injuries were reported. The building’s residents were evacuated. Television shots show the yellow, single-engine Piper PA-25 crumpled with its wings snapped off. The pilot’s name was not released. The plane’s markings show it is owned by Aerial Banners Inc. The company’s website says it has more than 50 planes at locations around the country, including Miami, Fort Lauderdale, New York City, Los Angeles, Houston, Dallas, Atlanta, Seattle, and Alaska.