Both aid workers, who requested anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the media, said the death toll had been confirmed by local authorities.
One of the aid workers, who visited Shire Shul General Hospital where the injured were taken for treatment, said the camp was filled with women and children.
“They told me the bombs came in the middle of the night. It was completely dark and they couldn’t escape,” the aid worker said.
Prior to the latest attack, at least 146 people had been killed and 213 wounded in air strikes in Tigray since October 18, according to a document prepared by aid agencies and shared with them. Reuters this week.