In the general case, probably not.
Unless the fireball has been instrumentally observed and calibrated from at least 2 cameras, it is not possible to derive a precise trajectory for it, and therefore a precise strewn field.
On this page we only aim to publish events that you would have a reasonable chance of finding.
Also, if we observed it with our cameras, we might choose not to publish it here before we have had a go at it ourselves, as we want to maximise the chances of the sample getting to scientists for study.
If you still want to have a go at calculating the strewn field yourself, please do, our methods are published and the code is freely available here