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Top executive face tough questions about two deadly seven thirty seven MAX plane crashes the first of which happened one year ago and here's David Schaper reports the CEO admits the company made mistakes and got some things wrong in developing the aircraft Boeing CEO Dennis Wallenberg appear emotional as he offered sympathies to the families of the three hundred forty six people who died in the two crashes behalf of myself and the Boeing company we are sorry deeply and truly sorry Wallenberg insists the company is learning and improving as it fixes a design flaw on a flight control system on the seven thirty seven Max but under questioning several senators became outraged by some of the CEOs responses and as I sit here today my anger has only grown Connecticut Democrat Richard Blumenthal accusers Wallenberg providing half truths and a pattern of deliberate concealment