This guy died and damaged cars 100ft away from the center:
Now, the article says 100psi not 3k, but you'd still probably rather not be near it.
I inflate bike tyres to 110 and its nothing tbh, 1500psi is a different kettle of fish.
My own personal story:
some friends and I filled a 5 gallon bottle with a bit of isopropyl alcohol, shook it up, and lit the opening to make a "rocket flame". We had seen this done in class, and it went fine. BUT...we wanted to do it again. we had no more alcohol, so we used Acetone instead, but it wouldn't light. There wasn't enough air in the bottle, since we had just burned out the oxygen. Because we were 16, and lacking much foresight, we decided "why just put air in the bottle, when we could use pure oxygen from a welding tank?". We did that. The ensuing incandescent explosion lit up briefly like a lightbulb and then ruptured the bottle into about 100 pieces. the major one landed 2-3 seconds later, about 200 feet away.
Even though that was moronic, I pride myself for having worn welding gloves, a face shield, ear plugs, and used a 12 foot handle with a match on the end. The detonation left me feeling shaky and jittery for about 6 hours.
My point is, speed of failure is important.