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FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – It’s been weeks since a banner plane crashed into a building on Fort Lauderdale Beach but new details are still emerging.

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Officials say the pilot was on his first solo banner flight when he crashed into the 19-story condominium.

In the preliminary report issued by the National Transportation Safety Board, it said the pilot was scheduled to fly two hours with a company banner from North Perry Airport in Pembroke Pines.

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Witnesses reported seeing the plane flying and making a sharp turn towards the mainland.

That’s when the plane crashed.

The pilot was killed in the wreck.

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A second report may include the cause for the fatal flight but that’s not expected to be released for 12-to-24 months.