Durian trees are generally excluded in residential lots or in public areas frequented by people.
Even in plantations, anyone should be wary of taking shelter under the canopy specially without a protective head cap on.
When the trees are mature and fruiting, naturally falling fruits can possibly cause harm or injury to man or any property including roofs and parked cars.
This is primarily because the fruit of durian can become both large and heavy, with a hard, spiny shell.
The impact of a drop can be severe.
The fruit naturally dehisces (separates) from the stem when ripe or otherwise drops even when still young due to various causes.