Since the year 1790, roughly 45,000 meteorite strikes were documented. The data indicates that 52 of them weighed more than 1 metric ton (1000 kg), the weight of a small car. In the map below, we color these heavy strikes in red. The data was compiled by NASA. The map was created using Python and its libraries Matplotlib and Basemap.
The map shows an island off the coast of Africa, Ascension Island, that was struck by a large meteorite. In fact the island is home to a team of atmospheric researchers with sophisticated meteor detection equipment.
Much thanks to reddit user /u/Glorymuffin for reminding me of the fact that meteors burn up in the atmosphere while Meteorites strike the earth.