Windy weather Monday (March 28) in Death Valley National Park created a dust devil that flipped a camping trailer at the park’s Texas Springs campground, officials said. The Las Vegas Review Journal reported that no one was inside or injured at the time, but the wind also broke several nearby vehicles’ windows and injured one man when his face was slashed by a flapping portion of his tent.

Many other tents either blew away or were destroyed; spokeswoman Abbey Wines said one was spotted about 1,500 feet up in the air near the park’s Sunset campground.

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