Police dogs tracked the pair for about a mile before losing the scent.

ENDERLIN, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota authorities are searching for two out-of-state people who fled into a corn field after a vehicle crash.

The Highway Patrol says the two people were in a sport utility vehicle that rear-ended a pickup truck on state Highway 46 at Enderlin on Sunday morning. The 71-year-old Sheldon man in the pickup suffered injuries that are not considered life-threatening.

The patrol says the 32-year-old woman driving the SUV and a 31-year-old male passenger drove for a few miles, then parked and fled on foot into the field.

Police dogs tracked the pair for about a mile before losing the scent.

The patrol didn't immediately say where the two are from.