Pakistan has prevented a US diplomat from leaving the country after allegedly killing a motorcyclist by red light last month.
The local press said on Saturday that a plane was sent by the US to collect Col Joseph Emanuel Hall
US officials have previously said he can not be arrested or put on trial for having diplomatic immunity ,
The incident has exacerbated political tensions between countries.
Ateeq Baig, 22, was killed on April 7 in the crash in Daman-e-Koh north of Islamabad.
CCTV footage showed a white four-wheel drive ̵
The US Embassy has denied reports in Pakistani media that Col Hall was drunk driving.
The dead man's father has asked the colonel to answer to the Islamabad High Court (IHC).
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Next Friday, the IHC ruled Col Hall have no absolute immunity.
He had already been put on a "black list" of travel, which meant that airports had been ordered not to let him go.
Neither the US nor Pakistan have officially commented on Saturday's news.
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