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This is an example where the 'sed' command can be used.
Inspecting your file suggests that you want to delete from the double quote character to the end of the line, which can be written as the regular expression ".*
Using this in combination with the substitute option to sed gives
sed 's/".*//g' <scrape.txt>
It is important to use the single quotes around the sed command options to protect them from being interpreted by the shell.
Redirect the output to a file by adding '> <output.txt>' to the above command.