Kinda like the biggest lawn dart game? Lets put an object the size of a school bus in orbit, then see where it lands. So far NASA has been lucky and not killed anyone.
But this one might get us? Aren't we within in those coordinates?
NASA expects any surviving components to land between 57 north degrees latitude – about 300 kilometres south of the boundary between the territories and the provinces — and 57 degrees south latitude. The debris is expected to be scattered across an area about 800 kilometres long, but NASA said the location of that zone is "impossible to pinpoint."