SHAH ALAM: Wreckage and debris of the Beechcraft Premier 1 business jet that crashed on Thursday has been cleared from the site near Bandar Elmina.
Selangor police chief Hussein Omar Khan said all police controls at the site will cease when the crash site is completely cleared tonight.
Checks by Bernama showed a truck carrying the debris and wreckage of the plane leaving the site at about 7pm today despite cloudy weather and intermittent rain.
Although the road will be cleared, the route remains closed to traffic. However, the police yellow caution tape has been removed.
A preliminary report into the crash is expected to be ready within 30 days.
The Beechcraft business jet crashed on the Guthrie Highway near Bandar Elmina, on Thursday killing all six passengers and two crew on board and two others on the ground. Among those who died were Pahang state executive councillor Johari Harun.
The aircraft was on its way from Langkawi to Subang and had been cleared to land at 2.48pm. It crashed minutes later.