Rose Bowl ‘Dust Devil’ Leaves 3 With Minor Injuries Outside Pasadena Stadium Three people received minor injuries in what was described as a “kapooyah-like dust devil” event at the Rose Bowl on Wednesday, a day before the big game. The incident occurred in the fanfest area outside the Pasadena stadium, according to a witness’ video posted on YouTube. The video showed pop-up tents blowing into the air and debris circling overhead. The winds left people screaming, including one person dressed in a cow costume. The incident was not a tornado but more like a “dust devil,” Ryan Kittell of the National Weather Service said after viewing the YouTube video. There were already strong winds in the area amid a cold storm that was lingering over Southern California, he said. Three people received minor injuries and a fourth had a slight injury to a finger, Pasadena Fire Department spokeswoman Lisa Derderian said. All those hurt were treated at the scene, she said. The stadium will be the site of the annual Rose Bowl game on Thursday, New Year’s Day.