The bodies of the 10 people killed in the plane crash on the Guthrie Highway in Shah Alam yesterday have been taken to the Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah (HTAR) Forensic Department in Klang.
The bodies arrived at the hospital in two four-wheel-drive vehicles and a police truck at about 1.20am.
The family members of the victims who had gathered at the hospital were only allowed to wait on the road leading to the Forensic Department unit and could not watch the bodies being unloaded from the vehicles.
It is learnt that the post-mortems will begin at 8am.
Selangor police chief Hussein Omar Khan said the 10 people were killed after a Beechcraft Model 390 (Premier 1) aircraft crashed near Bandar Elmina at about 2.50pm yesterday while flying from Langkawi to Subang.
The victims comprised six passengers and two crew members as well as two road users: the driver of a car and a motorcyclist who were on the highway at that time.