People observe a minute of silence near the Bataclan concert hall in Paris (David Ramos/Getty Images)

The owner of a French cafe in Cranford is anxiously awaiting word from her brother in Paris who was planning to attend a concert at Bataclan Concert Hall on Friday.

Brenda Fuller told ABC 7 that the last time she spoke to her younger brother John, 45, on Thursday, he was planning to attend the Eagles of Death Metal concert at the concert hall not far from his home. The owner of the Cafe Paris on Walnut Street has not heard from him since and calls to his cell phone go to voice mail.

"I called him Friday when I seen (sic) the TV, the attack. I call him, no answer. I call him Saturday, no answer. I call today, no answer," Marie told ABC 7. Her biggest fear is that he was severely injured in the attack and cannot reach her.

Bataclan Concert Hall was once of several places attacked in Paris. Gunmen with assault rifles fired on the full house for the concert, killing 89 and injuring dozens. Several others were taken hostage before police stormed the 150-year-old facility.