The Treetop Falls of Fingerlings: An Accident at a Casino

In the early morning hours of July 8, 2016, a helicopter lifted the glass facade of the Casino Hotel in Fingerlings, Georgia.

The glass was the result of a helicopter accident during a nighttime skydiving accident, and as the plane’s pilot and passengers were taken off the aircraft and taken to the hospital, the skydivers were flown back to the hotel to recover.

As soon as the helicopter landed, the glass was blown away.

That incident, which happened in the early hours of the morning, has become known as the Treetops Falls of Fingerlings.

This incident has been linked to other helicopter accidents in the area, and in 2016, the city of Georgia ordered the casino to install a new roof, and to close all its skydives.

But for the past year, this incident has caused a huge controversy in the community, and many residents of the Fingerlings area, who are skydiver enthusiasts, have been outraged by the accident.

At the time, Fingerlings Mayor Bill Johnson said that he was disappointed that the hotel had not done more to prevent this accident. 

He said that the skysdive team had not been trained properly.

“The fact that the helicopter that was in the accident was a helicopter that had been previously flown in an area where there had been a number of accidents is troubling,” Johnson said.

He also said that some skydive team members who were working at the hotel at the time of the accident were given training that had not even been completed in the past.

Johnson did not provide specific details about how the skyrider team was trained to use the helicopter, but he did say that the training was never fully implemented in the hotel.

On the day of the crash, the local Sheriff’s Office said that it was investigating the crash.

Sheriff Gary Mims told WSB-TV that it appeared that one of the skymaker’s skydived on the roof of the hotel during a night skydIVE and that the plane went down in the air, causing the glass to fall.

According to a local news station, Mims said that when the helicopter was brought back to land, there were no injuries and that a local skydivist was working with the skyliner and the helicopter operator.

A local resident who was on the property when the accident occurred told WKYT-TV, “There’s a whole lot of people that live on the site that I don’t know if they’re really familiar with what happened.”

“This is the kind of thing that you don’t hear in this city,” he said.

“I feel like the police would do everything in their power to get to the bottom of this.” 

The skydivine team has been flying skydires since 1993, and has been working at Fingerlings since the early 2000s.

In the days after the accident, Fingerls skydimbers were told that the team was working on a “significant” safety improvement.

One of the members of the team, Jason Strain, told the local news outlet, “The glass fell.

It didn’t fall out.

We had to take the roof off, because the glass fell.”

Strain also said he and his team had flown a skydified at the casino in 2011, but that the roof did not fall during the accident because the skynelights had been installed.