A small plane crashed into the Federal Reserve Bank Building Thursday night, The Associated Press reported. The pilot was killed; no one inside the building was hurt.

"We have no information that it was an intentional crash," Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Laura Brown said. "It appears to be an accident."

The plane crashed into the northeast side of the bank and burst into flames, AP reported. At the time, 100 people were attending a holiday party. The Miami bureau of The Associated Press is also located in the building.

Brown said the FAA believes the plane was coming from Marathon in the Florida Keys and traveling to New Smyrna Beach, AP reported.

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