Authorities have also cordoned off the crash site because of the potential health risk.
The crash site of the Hawk jet that crashed in Kairu will be opened for media representatives to visit around noon on Tuesday.
Local newspaper Sur-Kerou will broadcast the event live at around 12:30. Ilta-Sanomat follows the atmosphere of the accident scene in this story. Officials plan to organize a guided tour of the venue for the media.
The plane crashed yesterday, Monday, at around 2:15 am at Keru in the Henacenti swamp area near the Manta-Villappula border. The pilots on board managed to eject themselves from the ejection seat.
Authorities have beefed up security at the site where the crashed plane was found. As recently as Monday, police had cordoned off both ends of Hinacenti.
One of the reasons the area is isolated is that small, finely divided machine dust from the crashed aircraft may have become airborne. According to the police, this machine dust is more dangerous than asbestos and can be airborne from 500 meters to 1,000 meters from the accident site.
Police told IS on Monday that the area would be guarded in some form throughout the night.