Fox News saw about 30 bodies lined up in white bags in the morgue at Zlitan Hospital.
Residents from the farming village of Majar dig in the rubble of a building hit by Monday's airstrike looking for more bodies.
NATO said it hit four disused farm buildings being used as a military staging area for pro-Qaddafi forces and nine vehicles.
On Tuesday foreign journalists were taken to the scene of the airstrikes near the frontline city of Zlitan.
The bodies of around 30 people were buried in a mass grave in the nearby village of Majar.
Coffins were lined up before being put in a local cemetery that was last used one hundred years ago to bury those killed fighting Italian occupation.
The bodies of the dead were buried immediately in keeping with Muslim traditions.
Libyan Prime Minister Al-Baghdadi Al-Mahmudi (left) and government spokesman Moussa Ibrahim (right) took representative from foreign embassies to the bomb sites.
Twenty one year old Hamza Ali said he went to help with the rescue effort.
Surgeons at Tripoli Central Hospital said this girl was among those caught up in the Majar airstrikes.
NATO denies causing mass casualties among Majar’s civilian population, saying its jets hit a military staging area.