Three officials from the Air Accident Investigation Unit have managed to move parts of the plane's wreckage to a nearby warehouse for further examination from the crash site with the help of heavy machinery, said the report.
The remains of the two killed, including the pilot and a seven-year-old boy, were also sent to a nearby hospital for post-mortem after they were recovered nearly six hours after the plane crashed on Sunday afternoon.
The pilot killed in the plane crash is confirmed to be a 47-year-old British national whose name will be disclosed after his relatives will arrive in Ireland from Britain on Tuesday, said police. The boy is named Casper Kacprzak who is a son of a Polish national who lived in west Dublin.
According to local media reports, the plane crash happened shortly after it took off at about 2:30 p.m. local time on Sunday afternoon from an airfield of the Irish Parachute Club in Clonbullogue, a village in Ireland's central County Offaly.
A total of 16 parachuters were on board the plane, including the father of the seven-year-old boy.
The plane crashed minutes after the 16 parachuters all jumped off it. The wreckage of the Cessna plane was located by rescue team in a bog land less than ten kilometers northwest of the airfield about six hours after it crashed.