Megan Martzen spoke out Thursday just moments after a mistrial was declared.
"God has been good through this and we just have to keep trusting him through this. God is really good and we'll be okay," said Martzen.
Martzen was babysitting Ella when the toddler was injured in a fall four years ago.
After weeks of trials and hours of deliberation, members of the jury just weren't able to reach a unanimous decision.
Thursday night we spoke with residents of Reedley. One woman has been closely following the case since the beginning. She says the first thing she did early Thursday morning before the trial was pray for both families.
"I believe that no one really knows all the facts and I just think that both families deserve closure either way," said Reedley resident, Lydia Requejo.
Some members of the jury feel there just wasn't enough evidence to convict Martzen.
Legal Analyst, Carl Faller says the conflict caused a hung jury.
"It presents a really tough road for a jury to go down in order to find without a reasonable doubt she's a killer," said Faller.
Faller said it's now in the hands of the prosecution. Ella's family may never get a conviction.