A crane has begun moving part of the wreckage from the Leicester City helicopter crash, as investigations continue.
Owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was among five people who died in the disaster outside the King Power Stadium, shortly after Leicester's match against West Ham on Saturday night.
His funeral will begin in Bangkok on Saturday. The service is expected to last several days, in accordance with Buddhist tradition, and has been granted "Royal sponsorship".
Inspectors from the Air Accidents Investigation Branch recovered the digital flight data recorder on Sunday afternoon. It was taken to specialist facilities in Farnborough.
The wreckage of the helicopter will also be taken to Farnborough for further examination.
The Air Accidents Investigation Branch released a statement on Monday morning, saying inspectors would be likely to stay on site until the end of the week.
On Saturday night, an accident involving an AW169 helicopter at King Power Stadium, Leicester, was reported to us.